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LVMH Watch Week 2024: Zenith has a fresh take on its Chronomaster line

Several new references join Zenith’s Chronomaster line along with the first gem-set model
Zenith has released multiple timepieces at LVMH Watch Week 2024, including a triple calendar chronograph that has been revived with new design and calibre - a total of six new references graces the line. The brand has also unveiled two new models in its Chronomaster Sport Line - a green ceramic bezel iteration with a rubber strap, and a gem-set model. 

Zenith Chronomaster Original Triple Calendar
Zenith Chronomaster Original Triple Calendar (Ref. 03.3400.3610/38.C911)

The latest Chronomaster Original Triple Calendar appears sharper than before with its El Primero 3610 automatic 5HZ frequency calibre with a triple calendar and moonphase, boasting a power reserve of about 60 hours. While the El Primero with the triple calendar and moonphase functions was created in the 1970s, the brand continued with its chronograph version as it gained immense success back then.


Inspired by the A386 from 1969, the Chronomaster Original Triple Calendar measures 38mm and comes with a bezel-less case and raised and domed sapphire crystal. It is crafted in stainless steel and is revealed in three different dial colours - a silver opaline dial with black-toned counters (Ref. 03.3400.3610/38.C911); a slate-grey-toned opaline with silver-toned counters (Ref. 03.3400.3610/38.M3200) which takes its inspiration from the small series of El Primero triple calendar prototypes from 1970; and an olive green-toned sunray-patterned dial with silver-toned counters (Ref. 03.3400.3610/40.C912), an exclusive Boutique Edition piece. 




Their dial features a small seconds at 9 o'clock, a 60-minute counter at 6 o'clock, inside which resides the moonphase indication, and a 60-second counter at 3 o'clock. There are days of the week, and months, and date displays located at 10 o’clock, 2 o’clock, and 4:30, alongside rose gold-tone applied baton hour markers and hands. 

The timepieces come with a stainless steel bracelet with folding clasp and additionally, are offered with matching calfskin leather straps. The metal bracelet pieces are priced at Rs. 12,89,000 (approx.), while the strap ones are priced at Rs. 12,41,000 (approx.)

Zenith Chronomaster Sport Green
Chronomaster Sport Green (Ref. 03.3119.3600/56.M3100)

The other two models joining Zenith’s Chronomaster line includes a Chronomaster Sport Green (Ref. 03.3119.3600/56.M3100) a green ceramic bezel timepiece with metal bracelet, while a Ref. 03.3119.3600/56.R952 comes for the first time with an integrated green rubber strap. There is also a gem-set Chronomaster Sport (Ref. 22.3100.3600/69.M3100) that debuts in the line— an exclusive boutique edition, the timepiece is crafted in 18K rose gold and features a  bezel fully adorned with sapphires, diamonds, and spinels. 

Chronomaster Sport Green (Ref. 03.3119.3600/56.R952)



The three aforementioned novelties measure 41mm and are topped with domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides. The studded timepiece features a Meteorite dial with baguette indexes while the other two have a green lacquered dial. Further, the dials are incorporated with a small second counter, a 60-minute counter, and a 60-second counter at 9 o’clock, 6 o’clock, and 3 o’clock in that order, and a date window fixed at 4:30. 
Chronomaster Sport (Ref. 22.3100.3600/69.M3100)

The movement beating inside these watches is the El Primero 3600, at a frequency of 36,000 and boasting a power reserve of about 60 hours. The watches are water resistant up to 100 metres. 

The Chronomaster Sport Green with metal bracelet is priced at Rs. 10,49,000 (approx.), while the integrated strap model is priced at Rs. 10,01,000 (approx.). The bejewelled model is priced at Rs. 94,34,000 (approx.) 

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