Zenith’s El Primero movement family is a legendary watchmaker with an impressive history, including the world’s first high-frequency automatic chronograph (1969) and the world’s first High-frequency tourbillon only (2004). Defy El Primero 21
Another major innovation, launched in 2017, this is the only high-frequency automatic timer designed to measure hundredths of a second. This year, Zenith launched the Defy El Primero double tourbillon, an unprecedented combination of watch technology: two tourbillons and a stopwatch 1/100, setting another record!
There are two limited editions of the new model: a 50-unit interpretation made entirely of carbon and a 10-piece platinum version, both featuring a striking skeletonized dial with a blue-treated tourbillon holder and Zenith stars and bridge And the bottom plate, with a polished angle, further enhances the 3D architecture of El Primero 9020 and its 311 components.
The tourbillon at 10 o’clock is coupled to the chronograph and adjusts the chronograph to display and display hundredths of a second in a very clear manner. The tourbillon rotates once every five seconds and can beat a frequency of 50 Hz (360,000 vibrations per hour), making it the fastest tourbillon in the world. It drives the hands of the timer at an amazing speed of rotating the dial every second.
The second tourbillon is located at 8 o’clock and adjusts the speed of the watch (that is, hours, minutes, and seconds) at a frequency of 5 hertz (36,000 vph), and the carriage rotates once every minute.
Two dedicated barrels (one for watches and one for timers) are used to store and deliver energy. They provide a 60-hour power reserve for the replica swiss watches online and a 50-minute power reserve for 1/100 of a second.
The internal movement of the El Primero 9020 can drive the hour, minute, second hand chronograph 1/100, 60 second and 30 minute counters (located at 6 and 9 o’clock, respectively), and the chronograph power reserve indicator in position. 12 o’clock In order to further ensure accuracy, the El Primero 9020 movement is certified by an independent organization (TimeLab) astronomical clock.
The Zenith Defy Double Tourbillon watch is water resistant to 100 meters/330 feet and is secured to the wrist by a luxurious high-tech black rubber strap coated with crocodile leather or Cordura motifs.
Double Challenge: Zenith Defy El Primero Double Tourbillon
Zenith’s 50th anniversary celebration for the breakthrough high-frequency chronograph movement El Primero will continue at the first WatchTime Los Angeles event in the Hudson Loft in downtown Los Angeles from May 3 to 4. Held. Zenith’s featured timepiece in its 2019 collection will be the new Defy El Primero double tourbillon, with its avant-garde design featuring two independent escapements and a stopwatch function that can measure elapsed time to 1/100 second.
This watch was our first look at the Geneva and Basel International Watch and Jewelry Show at the large Swiss watch fair earlier this year. It is the most complex of the Zenith’s El Primero tribute , Including the retro-looking A386 Revival and the next generation of defiant inventors. The new El Primero 9020 movement is housed in a 46mm case made of satin-brushed 950 platinum or all black carbon fiber, equipped with two tourbillons-one at 10 o’clock, with chronograph function, The other is on the chronograph function.
8 o’clock to adjust the timing speed of the high quality replica watches. At 10 o’clock, the escapement mechanism in the tourbillon jumps at a rapid frequency of 50 Hz (360,000 vph), and its carriage rotates once every five seconds. In practice, this means that after the chronograph is started, its central hand will complete a complete sweep of the dial every second, so when stopped, the stopwatch can measure an interval of 1/100 second. At 8 o’clock the tourbillon escapement vibrates at a more conventional frequency of 36,000 vph or 5 Hz (at least for El Primero) and adjusts hours and minutes, respectively,
Together with the two tourbillons, the movement has two dedicated barrels – one for watches and the other for chronographs. The former can provide a 60-hour power reserve when fully tightened, and the latter provides 50 minutes of autonomy for the activated stopwatch. The stopwatch displays the 60-second and 30-minute timers at 6 and 9 o’clock, respectively. Openwork dial.
The sapphire crystal of the front and rear wheels of the 9020 self-winding movement fully proves this feature. It uses two tuning treatments, including a blue tourbillon cage with a Zenith star and a polished angle. Blue refined table bridge and bottom plate. The movement has a total of 311 components, including a satin-brushed rotor, and is certified by the independent testing agency Timelab Observatory. Both platinum and carbon fiber cases are waterproof to 100 meters and secured to the wrist by a high-tech black rubber strap, which is coated with Cordura patterns or crocodile leather.
Range :Defy DOUBLE TOURBILLON
Case material :Platinum
Movement :Self winding
Case size :46 mm
The case shape :Round
Bracelet material :Alligator / Rubber
Dial colour :Blue / Gray
WATER RESISTANCE :100 m
Functions :Hours / Minutes / Seconds / The power reserve indicator