The DEFY collection is constantly evolving, and the latest addition retains the DNA of the range with its assertive design, high-precision movement and futuristic materials. We are familiar with ZENITH's DEFY models in titanium or ceramic, but this time the watchmaker has decided to work on a 'mirror' effect. Focus on the new ZENITH DEFY Extreme Mirror.
Mirror, mirror, which watch is the most beautiful?
The ZENITH DEFY Extreme Mirror is a true horological beauty. With its 45 mm polished stainless steel case, light is captured and reflected as if in a mirror. This perfectly executed polishing gives an impression of lightness. The openworked dial features sub-dials that are also polished, once again underlining the desire for reflection. The dial also features a 30-minute counter at 3 o'clock, a 60-second counter at 6 o'clock, a small seconds at 9 o'clock and a power reserve indicator at 12 o'clock.
An exceptional movement
The ZENITH DEFY Extreme Mirror is powered by the El Primero 21 calibre. This 293-piece calibre has a high frequency of 36,000 vibrations per hour (5Hz) and a 50-hour power reserve. You can observe this magnificent calibre through the sapphire crystal caseback. Thanks to the screw-down crown, you can wear your timepiece at depths of up to 200 metres. The watch comes with three bracelets, the first in stainless steel with two links and a butterfly folding clasp, the second in black rubber, and the third a black Velcro strap. You can easily change your look with the ZENITH manufacture's quick-change system.
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