Zenith Defy Classic
£5,495.00Zenith Defy Classic – GB10190M details
As one of the oldest Swiss watch manufacturers in the world, Zenith has become synonymous with precision, elegance, and sheer dedication to technological advances within the watchmaking industry. Models such as the Defy Classic show how Zenith are able to create timepieces which have a perfect fusion of style, creativity, and technology, which continues to impress the most discerning clients across the globe.
Zenith is one of the oldest Swiss watch brands that was founded in 1865 by Georges Favre-Jacot. The company is known for producing high-quality timepieces with a strong emphasis on precision and innovation. But Zenith watches are most renowned for their elegant and classic designs, as well as their use of advanced materials and movement technologies.
Zenith has a long history of producing chronographs and is perhaps best known for its El Primero movement, which is one of the first automatic chronograph movements ever made.
Some of the brand’s most popular collections include the Defy, Elite, and Pilot, which have been worn by celebrities such as Elvis, Brad Pitt, David Beckham, and Hugh Jackman.
The most popular Zenith watch models include:
This is perhaps the brand’s most iconic watch and features the El Primero movement, which is known for its precision and reliability. The El Primero is available in a range of styles and can be found in both automatic and manual winding versions.
Most notably, the brand’s Defy El Primero 21 watch was featured in the movie “Spectre”, worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond. However, other models have appeared in other James Bond movies, including “Goldeneye” and “Tomorrow Never Dies”.
The Defy collection is known for its modern and sporty design, and features watches with high-tech materials such as ceramic and titanium. These watches are often favored by those who appreciate both style and performance.
The Elite collection is known for its more classical and elegant design, and features watches with classic materials such as gold and stainless steel. These watches are ideal for those who prefer a more traditional look.
The Pilot collection is inspired by the brand’s aviation heritage and features watches with a rugged and aviation-inspired design. These watches are often favored by those who appreciate vintage style and practicality.
The Chronomaster collection is known for its chronograph function and features watches with a sporty and modern design. These watches are popular with those who appreciate both style and functionality.
Different watch models use different materials and colours in their designs.
Titanium and Stainless steel are common materials used in Zenith watches, including the Zenith Elite Chronograph Classic Blue, and are known for their durability and resistance to corrosion. Or Zenith ceramic watches, like the Zenith Defy El Primero 21 Rainbow, use the hard and scratch-resistant material for its durability.
But Zenith also offers a range of even more luxurious watches, including yellow gold, white gold, and rose gold in models like the Elie Lady Zenith rose gold watch. Or even diamonds like the Chronomaster Open Lady model, which can add a touch of sparkle and luxury to the watch.
The colours and materials used in Zenith designs often affect the look and feel of the watch, which can make a design more feminine or masculine.
Among its many designs, there are Zenith men’s and women’s watches available, with a few key differences between the two.
Men’s and women’s Zenith watches may differ in terms of the sizing and casing materials used. Men’s Zenith watches generally have a larger case diameter and are often made with materials such as stainless steel, titanium, and ceramic. The Zenith Chronomaster Open, for example, is part of the brand’s Chronomaster collection and features a modern, open-dial design in a range of materials, including stainless steel and titanium.
Women’s Zenith watches, on the other hand, may be made with smaller watch cases and materials such as gold, rose gold, and diamonds. The Zenith Elite Lady, for example, is part of the brand’s Elite collection and features a classic and elegant design. It’s available in a range of materials, including gold, rose gold, and diamonds.
Zenith watches are luxury timepieces and are priced accordingly. The price of a new Zenith watch can vary widely depending on the specific model, materials, and features of the watch.
A more simplistic design, like Zenith Pilot Type 20, tends to start at around $2,000 and can go up to $5,000. They may be made with materials such as stainless steel and may not have as many complications or advanced features as higher-end models. However, models like Zenith Pilot Type 20 Grand Feu, start at around $10,000 and can go up to $50,000 or more. They may be made with materials such as platinum and diamonds and may feature a range of advanced complications and features.
If you’re looking for a specific model or are concerned about a warranty for your watch, it may make sense to buy a new watch. However, if you’re looking for a more cost-effective option or are interested in collecting vintage watches, it may be worth considering a second hand purchase.
Some people also just prefer the patina and character that comes with a pre-owned Zenith watch rather than a new watch. But, more practically, buying a second hand Zenith watch may mean that you can find a watch at a lower price than if you bought it new. So it can often be more cost-effective than buying a new one. Depending on what type of used Zenith model you buy, you may also be able to find a rare or discontinued model that is no longer available new. If you’re interested in collecting vintage watches or are looking for a specific model that is no longer being produced, it may be easier to find it second hand.
For example, the Zenith A386 was a popular model that was released in 1969 for one year only and is known for its triple register chronograph and asymmetrical case design. Similarly, the Zenith Captain collection was introduced in the 1960s but is no longer produced by the company. So you will need to look on the second hand watch market, either as vintage pieces or as reissued versions, if you want to get your hands on one of these models produced by Zenith.
If you’re looking to add a luxurious and reliable timepiece to your collection, consider purchasing a Zenith watch. Whether you opt for a new or pre-owned model, you can rest assured that you’ll be getting a high-quality watch that is built to last. At Global Boutique, we offer a wide selection of Zenith watches. And if you can’t find the perfect Zenith watch in our collection, our team of experts can help you source the perfect timepiece through our Watch Sourcing Service. So why wait? Buy online or visit our store in Mayfair, London, to browse our selection of Zenith watches in person and find the perfect addition to your collection.
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