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“It’s been a busy year for Zenith as it celebrates the 50th anniversary of its legendary El Primero high-frequency automatic chronograph movement. Revivals like the A384 and A 386, customised editions for collectors, and now this Chronomaster 2 all form part of the festivities. The Chronomaster 2 Special 50th Anniversary Edition is a limited edition of 250 titanium watches (in blue and black) with a redesigned El Primero 3600 Calibre. A high-frequency movement capable of measuring 1/10th of a second like the 1969 version, the new generation El Primero 3600 calibre features a stop-seconds device and an increased power reserve of 60 hours. Expect to see it with different complications on other models in the very near future.”
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Quite a lot to look at there!
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Aaaarggghhh, no, really... They did a silly overlap before, with the 38 and 42mm models patterned after the A386. The people didn't react well to clipping off part of the track on the minute register. And Zenith fixed that, updating these with an unobtrusive overlap. And here - woo-hoo, look, they forgot what they've learned, making the minute counter fuck-useless.
Way to fucking go.
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