Attending Singapore’s 2023 LVMH Watch Week alongside brands like Bulgari, Hublot, and TAG Heuer, Zenith joins the celebration with a presentation of its first releases of the new year. Being a pioneer in the luxury watch industry, Zenith continues to evolve its product line by focusing efforts on state-of-the-art design and technology The passionate team at Zenith is proud to debut its all-new DEFY Skeleton Collection, featuring two new model lines that boast uniquely symmetrical open dials. Zenith is also launching the new DEFY Skyline for collectors that appreciate a more traditional dial design.
DEFY Skyline Skeleton
The Zenith DEFY Skyline Skeleton is housed in an octagonal 41mm steel case, taking inspiration from modern cityscapes. With a choice of dark blue or stealth black, the skeleton dial resembles the shape of the Swiss watchmaker’s iconic four-pointed star. The DEFY Skyline Skeleton generates power from Zenith’s in-house El Primero 2630 automatic movement, controlling its hours, minutes, and 1/10th second counter functions. Each version of the new Zenith DEFY Skyline Skeleton comes on a traditional steel bracelet and is currently available for $11,000.
DEFY Extreme Glacier
As part of its skeleton-themed debut, Zenith also welcomes the limited-edition DEFY Extreme Glacier to its family of exclusive luxury timepieces. Limited to only 50 pieces on the planet, the DEFY Extreme Glacier’s 45mm brushed titanium case draws inspiration from the element of frozen glaciers. Its pusher protectors and bezel are crafted in pale blue chalcedony gemstone. The partially skeletonized dial reveals a chronograph configuration, which includes a central chronograph hand, a 30-minute counter, a 60-second counter, and a power reserve indicator. Powered by Zenith’s legendary El Primero movement, the DEFY Extreme offers an impressive 50-hour power reserve. Selling out instantly after its announcement, the Zenith DEFY Extreme Glacier is heading to the homes of 50 lucky new owners.
Source: Zenith Watches