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Three new timepieces to take note of

Zenith's new El Primero model, a resonance watch, and a vintage re-edition from Bulgari.

  • Zenith

    Dark desire

    It’s been two years since Zenith celebrated the 50th anniversary of its lauded El Primero movement – but the brand is not done with the throwbacks. The El Primero A384 Revival was part of a trilogy of modern reissues launched last year, and this year’s model is coming out in a micro-blasted titanium case and black dial. The Chronomaster Revival “Shadow” got the inspiration for its dark livery from an obscure 1970 prototype and, unlike the A384 Revival, it uses the calibre 4061, which essentially removes the date window of its predecessor. The sombre palette might give the impression of bulkiness, but it is a surprisingly reserved 37mm.


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