Following last summer’s announcement of its partnership with the Rolling Stones (and the launch of a new watch), Zenith is back with a new limited edition of their popular 1969 Chronomaster watch.
Once again, the watch celebrates the partnership the two have. This time, the watch has far more black, with a black case, dial, strap, lume, etc. The strap, you will notice, has the Union Jack and Rolling Stones logo on it. In addition, unlike the first model where the Rolling Stones tongue was located on the dial (a poor design choice in my opinion), this new version places it on the rotor so it is only visible when viewed through the sapphire caseback. The last model also incorporated the tongue logo on the sapphire of the exhibition caseback, something I didn't really like. I like this one is much better overall. It has a 45mm titanium case, the Zenith El Primero Caliber 4061 movement (36,000BPH and 50 hour power reserve), and is limited to 1,000 pieces.
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