Blue Zenith Chronomaster Open Boutique
Say What You Think The style has long been associated with the classic El Primero chronograph, and the cheap luxury watches's fast-beating heart, with its 5Hz escapement, is fully exposed through a hole in the dial. The watch was so emblematic of the 2000s version of the collection that it somehow lost its appeal...until earlier this year, when Zenith brought back the concept in a very modern way. Now, the Zenith Chronomaster Open comes with a new dial colour that complements the brand's boutique edition.
While the concept of the El Primero Open dates back to the 2000s, it was recently revived with the new Chronomaster Open. The new collection of watches we spotted here in March as part of the Watches & Wonders novelty comes in the acclaimed Chronomaster Sport specification, with a more complicated dial construction despite the streamlined case. In fact, the Zenith Chronomaster Open is a Chronomaster Sport with no ceramic bezel and a hole in the dial. Therefore, it is more attractive than the previous version...
Like the standard model in the range, the Chronomaster Open Boutique Edition high quality copy watches features a classic 39.5mm stainless steel case, the same shape and finish as the Chronomaster Sport, but with a slightly reduced diameter (minus 1.5mm), largely due to the absence of an external ceramic stop plate. Even the crown and buttons are the same, and the overall shape is just a classic modern watch with a retro charm. It is also a dual resistance watch with 100m water resistance and sapphire crystal on both sides of the watch. This is a fairly compact wristwatch with a lug-to-lug size of 45mm.
New to the Zenith Chronomaster Open Boutique Edition is the dial, which comes in the same dark blue as the Chronomaster Original Boutique Edition. Brushed with sunrays, faceted markers and hands applied, it features the classic grey and silver snailed counters that are the hallmark of El Prairie watches. As an open zenith, the dial has a hole that now occupies some space between 9 and 12 o'clock as it reveals the mechanism behind the balance wheel, escapement and transparent small seconds. polymer board.Replica Franck Muller
Under the hood is the in-house El Primero 3604 movement, again basically the same movement as the Chronomaster Sport, only modified to expose the parts. There's nothing wrong with that, on the contrary, the move is a powerful update to the icon engine. Using the range's traditional 5Hz frequency, it adds a long power reserve of 60 hours and a silicone escape wheel and anchor that are magnetic and lube-free. The trim has also been greatly modernized, with the display now featuring a 1/10th of a second central chronograph hand that rotates around the dial in 10 seconds. The rest of the display consists of a small seconds hand at 9 o'clock, a 60-minute counter at 6 o'clock and a 60-second totalizer at 3 o'clock.
The Zenith Chronomaster Open Boutique Edition with its distinctive blue dial comes on a brushed and polished stainless steel bracelet.Replica Zenith Chronomaster Open