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)

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