The Zenith El Primero 410 Chronograph with Moonphase and Triple Calendar
January 5, 2014
Introducing the new Zenith EL Primero 410
This is the new El Primero 410 which combines Zenith’s famous 5Hz chronograph movement, with triple calendar and moon phase complications and a new silver-toned dial. The case dimensions are the same as the current 42 mm Zenith El Primero’s except, this is slightly thinner at 12.75 mm. The case is steel with a mixture or brushed and mirror polished surfaces. It comes with box-shaped crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides. The new EL Primero 410 has a beautiful new silver-toned sunray finished dial, with snailed finished contrasting subsidiary dials. (While the silver-toned dial is all new, the watch was already released in slate grey dial (pictured below) earlier this year.
The hour markers are faceted and rhodium plated with a SuperLuminova SLN C1 treatment. The hands are faceted and rhodium plated with SuperLuminova SLN C1 treatment, as well. The oscillating weight has a “Côtes de Genève” and is visible through a clear case back.El Primero caliber 410 has a 50-hour power reserve, with 390 components, 31 of which are jewels. And as we mentioned above, it beats a 5Hz.
Functions includes: central hours and minutes, small seconds, day/date/month, moonphase indication and chronograph with telemetric scale (12-hour counter at 6, 30-minute counter at 3, and central chrono seconds hand).
It comes on a brown alligator leather strap with protective rubber lining and a stainless steel buckle with triple folding clasp. (Ref. 03.2091.410/01.C494)