Zenith El Primero ChronoMaster 1997 (the 'San Gabriel')

Sep 13, 2020,08:13 AM
 

This one's on its way to me right now so these are stock photos. A 1990s watch with a 1960s movement in a 1940s look. It seems a little odd to have an integrated automatic chronograph movement presented as a manual-wind vintage watch but I'd rather see this as enjoying the best of both worlds.








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I like it, I wish you a happy landing ;-) [nt]

 
 By: PoyFR : September 13th, 2020-08:39
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Congrats, [nt]

 
 By: Ambiorix : September 13th, 2020-10:20

Thank you. It's nice of you to say. [nt]

 
 By: Age_of_Surfaces : September 13th, 2020-10:25

👍

 
 By: Ambiorix : September 13th, 2020-11:54
Especialy that enemal dial!

Hi. Is it enamel? I didn’t know that.

 
 By: Age_of_Surfaces : September 13th, 2020-12:00
It’s based off the ChronoMaster line that Zenith produced in the mid-late 1990s of which the moon phase is perhaps the most well known. Can you share some more info on the use of enamel? That would be most helpful.

I remember

 
 By: Ambiorix : September 13th, 2020-12:46
Reading this back in the days when it was released. Just like the first Chronomaster 410...

Special and beautiful. [nt]

 
 By: Watchlover78 : September 13th, 2020-11:26

That's kind of you to say [nt]

 
 By: Age_of_Surfaces : September 13th, 2020-20:36

Thank you. It's a good watch [nt]

 
 By: Age_of_Surfaces : September 13th, 2020-20:36