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30 de mai. de 2022
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replica Zenith El Primero Original Zenith El Primero Original 1969 Watch Review Not all chronographs are created equal - if there's one chronograph that can rightly claim to be at least superior to most others, it's the El Primero movement. The Zenith El Primero Original 1969 watch, contrary to its name, is a relatively new creation from Zenith, and despite its commitment to maintaining the authenticity of the original design, Zenith presents its extraordinary collection of chronograph movements. If you're the kind of watch lover who is keen to own a haute horlogerie, but for some reason doesn't want to, or simply can't buy a minute repeater or tourbillon, your best bet may be to buy a chronograph . In its sheer complexity, even today, a chronograph remains one of the most challenging complications – yes, even more so than a perpetual calendar or a tourbillon, as I’ve discussed the numerous manufactures on this topic. As reflected by the master best replica watches uk. The history behind Zenith El Primero further proves this. In the 1960s, four major brands (and a few others) competed fiercely to create the first automatic chronograph. Heuer and Breitling teamed up (with help from Hamilton, Buren, and Dubois-Depraz), while Seiko and Zenith were pretty much on their own. To this day, who actually came first remains a heated topic - I'm sorry, but pointless - debate. When you consider who was the first to launch the movement for the first time, the first to produce a working prototype or the first to bring it to market, you get a different answer. The real problem is that all parties involved had to overcome a huge challenge to create what they said was the first chronograph with self-winding function...by early 1969, all three watches were somehow achieved success. Some 46 years later, the question should perhaps be more about what this extraordinary competition brings us today rather than whose marketing department is working with the most. Heuer's Calibre 11, Seiko's 6139, and Zenith's El Primero are awesome little machines in their own right. While all three movements are unique in their own right, El Primero offers something that sets it apart from the vast majority of other movements, chronograph or otherwise, even today: its 5 Hz working frequency. Before we dive into the many details of the Zenith El Primero Original 1969, let's take a look at the movement. This special edition, called El Primero 400, is very similar to the original that debuted in 1969. Consisting of 278 components, this column-wheel chronograph provides hours, minutes and chronograph seconds via hands mounted in the center of the dial with seconds at 9 o'clock, 30-minute and 12-hour counters at 3 and 6 o'clock respectively Position, date at 04:30 on the dial.Jacob & Co. ASTRONOMIA SKY 750.110.40.AA.SD.1NS The El Primero 400 vibrates at 36,000 vibrations per hour (of course!) and still offers a power reserve of "at least 50 hours". So what makes this extra "speed" of 5 Hz different? Technically, the higher the frequency, the better the long-term timing performance. Higher beat rate, 10 half-oscillations of the balance wheel per second (5 left and 5 right turns), making it more stable and resistant to shocks, position errors and other negative effects on timekeeping performance factor capacity. Furthermore, since the balance wheel beats 10 times—compared to the more common 8 in most other watches, and sometimes only 6 or 5—the seconds hand advances in a visually smoother, almost perfectly smooth, sweeping motion. By the way, 5 Hz is probably just the perfect frequency, as the movement of the second hand is so smooth - but there are still small jumps in visuals rather than hinting at the electronic movement below. Zenith has modified the El Primero in countless ways over the years, adding complex calendars and even a gimbal escapement (hands-on here). However, as briefly discussed above, the complexity of this "base" movement is already remarkable. Luckily, the Zenith El Primero Original 1969 features a sapphire crystal caseback, revealing the exquisite and technical movement inside. The large skeletonized automatic rotor runs on seven ball bearings and features a skeletonized Zenith star at its center, along with broad Geneva stripes and some bold "Zenith El Primero Manufacture Le Locle" lettering.cheap watches for sale Once you look behind the rotor you will find very high quality machined parts. While the El Primero looks very impressive at first, it must be remembered that it was designed to be a tool, a device, a workhorse movement - and you'll see it on closer inspection. Comparing this Zenith El Primero to a few other movements is like comparing the 911's 4.0-liter flat-six to Lamborghini's roaring V12: one is designed to work tirelessly, rain or shine, while the other is more refined , picky and impress in a more exotic way. The El Primero 400 isn't shy about showing fairly bland surfaces: the huge and looming visible area behind the two chronograph gears, and the surfaces behind and around the balance wheel remain flat, also showing rough edges. The blue screws, brushed cams and massive rotors are at work, drawing your eyes away from other areas – but the equation says more that El Primero is real than its grandstanding as a sport of fine watchmaking. In its defense, that's probably what it should be. El Primero deserves respect like the reliable high-performance engine in a 911, not the scream of a low-mileage, rarely used, fragile supercar. It's no joke that chronographs are royalty among mechanical complications - but the key difference is that while tourbillons, chronographs and most other watches are widely (and deservedly) considered fairly fragile and delicate, But a mechanical stopwatch remains a tool. You press the button, you hear a reassuring click, and you see the seconds hand actuate with the same precision and reliability every time. Pair that with a price point that isn't actually out of this world, and you should end up with a movement that's visually appealing, reliable, and refined—like the Zenith El Primero 400.Richard Mille RM 50-02 ACJ TOURBILLON OK, so far we've established that the movement packs novel features and combines impressive aesthetics with solid reliability - what about the rest of the package? The Zenith El Primero Original 1969 features a 38mm wide stainless steel case (100M water resistance), and in the weeks I've worn the watch, its proportions have never disappointed. I've had a hard time getting a watch to look good (good? Stunning!) in any outfit, in any light, in any situation - and this watch is one of them. There's no way around it: the Zenith El Primero Original 1969 looks like it's a lot more expensive than it really is. I've reviewed watches at up to 20x the price over the past few months, and while this may be trivial from a professional standpoint, it's worth mentioning for those who judge watches only by the way they are On the wrist, the Zenith El Primero Original 1969 confuses many into thinking it's much more expensive than it actually is. Don't get me wrong, the Zenith El Primero Original 1969 isn't cheap by any stretch of the imagination. So let's take a look at how it works if you're looking for a watch that rules everything - one that can be used as a treat for yourself and can only be worn in most situations (probably pro-level sports though) ). Well, for sure, you have to be able to appreciate the more modest size of 38mm - when I strapped it to my 6.75" wrist, the Zenith El Primero Original 1969 showed some truly remarkable proportions: it was Timeless, evergreen, the perfect size that never fades, you know it won't fade with fashion and trends or look ridiculously big or small 3, 5, 10 or 20 years from now. The 1969 Zenith El Primero Original has a convex (and fully AR-coated) sapphire crystal-backed dial that is visually similar to the original—albeit with some changes. The layout of the triple sub-dial chronograph is the same, as is the date at 04:30 - however, the 100-unit scale on the periphery of the dial has disappeared, the Zenith El Primero's 12 o'clock position is a little different, and perhaps most strikingly, the three The way the subdials overlap is now reversed. This means that on a 1969 Zenith El Primero A386, the running seconds at 9 o'clock and the 30-minute counter at 3 o'clock sit above the 12-hour counter at 6 o'clock, for the new "Original 1969" Say, it's the opposite.Replica Franck Muller watches The large, faceted hands reflect light well, sport some luminous material (nothing to write home about, but enough), and stand out against the colorful background provided by the high-quality dial, so legibility is still excellent. Everything on the dial screams quality, there are no holes like on the movement: the applied indexes reflect light in ever-changing and diverse ways, the hands look great, the red chronograph seconds hand in the center makes the whole thing pop stand up. The dark grey, light grey and blue sub-dials make the Zenith El Primero Original 1969 an easy match with almost any outfit - you can rock this thing with some colorful NATO straps, just like you can on nice brown leather Same strap. Of course, wearing comfort is excellent, as the 38mm wide, 12.45mm thick case is tall, but never too thick on the wrist, and the brown alligator leather with the Zenith folding clasp is the icing on the cake. You can really tell Zenith that you simply can’t go wrong with this piece: it’s both an extremely important flagship model in their collection and a beautiful watch with a lot of historical significance. As such, the strap complements the overall design, ensuring that right out of the box, the Zenith El Primero Original 1969 will feel like home on the wrist, whether you decide to pair it with jeans, Converse or a suit and handcrafted brogues. The main reason the Zenith El Primero Original 1969 stands out from the vast majority of other chronographs in this sub-$10,000 price segment is that it's such a complete package: a timeless signature design with a unique in-house movement And wonderful versatile for everyday wear. While you might find an alternative that matches or beats the Zenith El Primero Original 1969 in one of these areas, you're sure to find it really hard to pick out such a strong and complete package. Last but not least, if you're looking for a watch that you can actually wear and hold for a long time -- as your only watch, or one of many -- you'll want to consider Zenith El Primero Original 1969 will stay on trend in a faded state: its look always makes it tasteful.fake watches for sale
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