Today, we are featuring live pictures and pricing for three new Zenith watches presented at Baselworld 2014. These three new watches along with the new Zenith Pilot Montre d'Aeronef Type 20 GMT 1903 reviewed by us here. These three new timepieces span across different collections of the brand: the Zenith El Primero 410 —non-limited edition model with silver sunray dial, the limited edition model was reviewed by us here—, the Zenith El Primero Stratos Flyback —this time with the same dial configuration as the Stratos Flyback Striking 10th Tribute to Felix Baumgartner— and lastly the new Zenith Captain Winsor Annual Calendar Boutique Edition in stainless steel with matte white dial.
Let's start by talking about the new Zenith El Primero 410 which is now available in a non-limited edition and with a beautiful very clean sunray silvered dial. This watch, just like the El Primero 410 Limited Edition, is not only a vintage inspired timepiece with a fully integrated automatic 12-hour chronograph, but it is also fitted with an annual calendar with moon-phases. The El Primero 410 is fitted with a 42 mm highly-polished stainless steel case with satin-brushed lugs and with a thickness of 12.75 mm —not bad for such a robust calibre. This watch features the traditional El Primero pump pushers and a beautiful and solid crown with the Zenith star on relief. The case band features two correctors at 8 o'clock to adjust the moon-phase indicator and the day of the week and the overall look of the watch is sporty, yet very elegant. The beating heart inside this watch —gives its name to the watch— is the automatic El Primero calibre 410 composed of 390 parts and 31 jewels and which provides a power reserve of 50 hours when fully wound while beating at a frequency of 36,000 vph.
Sticker Price $10,600 USD.
The Zenith El Primero Stratos Flyback is now presented with the same dial configuration as the Stratos Flyback Striking 10th Tribute to Felix Baumgartner and available with a stainless steel bracelet or a black rubber strap. The generous stainless steel case on this watch measures 45.5 mm in diameter but wears slightly smaller. Up until now, the El Primero Stratos Flyback was only available with a blue dial, a blue bezel and blue rubber strap. This watch is fitted with the automatic column-wheel chronograph movement El Primero calibre 405 B —instead of the 4057 B in the Tribute to Felix Baumgartner model— with flyback function. This automatic calibre is composed of 331 parts, 31 jewels and it provides a power reserve of 50 hours when fully wound while beating at a frequency of 36,000 vph.
Sticker Price $9,200 USD on bracelet and $8,500 USD on rubber strap.
Lastly, let's talk about the new Boutique Edition Captain Winsor Annual Calendar in stainless steel with matte white dial. The Captain Winsor Annual Calendar Boutique Edition, offers one of the most fascinating complications with a dual aperture at 3 o'clock where the month and day of the week are displayed. This new Boutique Edition is a perfect addition to the Captain collection. Up until now, this watch was only available in 18K rose gold with matte white dial or in stainless steel with a smoked, silver-toned palladium dial with blue chrono hands. The new Zenith Captain Winsor Annual Calendar Boutique Edition features a nice highly-polished stainless steel case measuring 42 mm in diameter and one of the most well-balanced dials with a running seconds subsidiary register at 9, a 60-minute chronograph register and date aperture at 6, and a day/month aperture at 3 o'clock. The beating heart inside this watch is the automatic El Primero calibre 4054, composed of 341 components, 29 jewels and which provides a power reserve of 50 hours when fully wound while beating at a frequency of 36,000 vph.
Sticker Price $10,400 USD. For more info on Zenith click here.