Zenith follows up their striking DEFY 21 Ultraviolet with the new DEFY 21 Ultrablue.

In 2020, Zenith launched the DEFY 21 Ultraviolet as the world's very first violet-colored chronograph movement. Now, just a year later, Zenith has debuted the new DEFY 21 Ultrablue. This new watch features tones of deep indigo and electric blue allowing it to find the perfect balance of vibrancy. The blue found on the movement is contrasted by the greys of the case and chronograph counters while white can be found on the the hour indices and hands. Matching the blue of the movement is the insert for the black rubber strap. As for its construction, the case is made of titanium, measures in at 44mm and is sandblasted for a matte finish.

You can purchase the new DEFY 21 Ultrablue for $13,5000 on Zenith's website. Also be sure to check out the new Omega Seamaster 300 Bronze Gold that was just revealed.