The El Primero, Zenith’s historical and undoubtedly iconic movement, needs little introduction. Launched in 1969, it was amongst the very first automatic chronograph movements introduced by the watch industry, and with original specifications, having a column wheel, a horizontal clutch and, mostly, a high frequency of 5Hz. But that’s about the engine. There were watches too, in fact, a trilogy of models coded A384, A385 and A386. And while two of them have already been reissued in Zenith’s Revival collection (the A384 and A386), one was missing. Problem solved, with the launch of the Zenith Chronomaster Revival A385.
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