ZENITH El Primero Chronomaster 1969 Tour Auto Limited Edition Watch - Ogden Of Harrogate - 1
ZENITH El Primero Chronomaster 1969 Tour Auto Limited Edition Watch - Ogden Of Harrogate - 1
ZENITH El Primero Chronomaster 1969 Tour Auto Limited Edition Watch - Ogden Of Harrogate - 2
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ZENITH El Primero Chronomaster 1969 Tour Auto Limited Edition Watch

£6,500.00

Stock Number: 30-10-038

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Brand New with Zenith box, papers and warranty.

  • Limited Edition : Tribute to Tour Auto. Only 500pcs worldwide.
  • Automatic
  • 42mm
  • Silver Stripe Open Dial
  • Hours, Minutes, Seconds
  • 10bar/100m Water Resistance
  • Chronograph
  • 50 Hour Power Reserve
  • Open Back Case
  • SuperLuminova
  • Stainless Steel
  • Blue Leather Strap with stripes
  • Folding Clasp

A rare limited edition timepiece, the Zenith El Primero Chronomaster 1969 Tour Auto Edition sports a host of features.. This particular piece is made in stainless steel, measures 42mm and houses the El Primero 4061 chronomaster automatic movement.

It has a minimum power reserve of 50 hours as well as a unique silicone escape-wheel and lever which prevents wear.

The beautiful Rhodium sunray dial with stripes has an opening between 9 and 12 o'clock which shows the beating heart of the movement, a 30-minute counter at 3 o'clock, a red central chronograph hand which points to a silver outer track with tachymeter.

Despite being a detailed dial it is still elegant and easy to read with highly polished rhodium hands and hour markers which are filled with a SuperLuminova SLN C1 coating.

The glass is made of anti-reflective box shaped sapphire crystal, with a transparent case back being made of standard sapphire crystal and the overall water resistance is 10 ATM. This piece is finished on a blue leather strap with folding clasp.

Model No:   03.2044.4061/01.C746          

(See 2nd photo) Tom's wrist-shot of the watch in our Harrogate showroom. This watch  is now proudly displayed in our main James Street window.