Zenith has announced a commemorative watch release inspired by the 1960s. A time where the world was continuing to reinvent itself in all aspects of life. The Swiss watchmaker crossed a monumental milestone in 1969 with the Zenith El Primero caliber, the world’s first high-frequency automatic chronograph movement. In celebration, a Chronomaster Revival Liberty watch will be available in the United States only and limited to 150 pieces. Sticking to the ’60s inspiration, the watch design was reinvented using the original blueprints from the Zenith A384 from 1969. The 37mm sharp edge stainless steel case holds a blue chronograph dial with red and white accents. The Chronomaster Revival driven by Zenith’s infamous El Primero movement has a 50-hour power reserve. The blue leather strap continuous the U.S. theme with red contour stitching. The newest watch release from Zenith is currently available for the price of $8,700. Shop the limited edition Zenith Chronomaster Revival Liberty watch by clicking the link below.
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