We at Topper Fine Jewelers are very excited to host one of Zenith’s watchmakers in-store on Friday afternoon, December 4th in Burlingame, California. It will provide a great opportunity to learn more about the famous El Primero movement, as their watchmaker performs assembly and disassembly of an El Primero caliber in the store. So that our guests can appreciate her work, we will project the process up on a big screen as she narrates. That’s not all…
We also invite aBlogtoWatch readers to join us and visit the store in Burlingame, California between between 1:00 – 5:30 PM. It will also be an opportunity to see new Zenith watches worth it Replica novelties, such as the Zenith 6150 with 100-hour power reserve, Elite Chronograph Classic, and the Pilot Type 20 Extra Special Bronze. This Bronze Pilot watch was one of Ariel’s 10 best watches from Baselworld this year. We will be giving away Zenith-related prizes, and offering a Hennessey gift set with the purchase of a Zenith Watch. We hope to see you there!
The “Celebrate Zenith Watches at Topper Fine Jewelers” event will take place on Friday December 4th, 2015 from 1:00pm – 5:30pm at the Topper Fine Jewelers store located at 1315 Burlingame Ave, Burlingame, CA 94010. topperjewelers.com
For those who cannot attend, but find the subject interesting, we will do a livestream at 3PM PST on December 4th, that you can access here.
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With that said, I am among a large population of mechanical watch lovers who do care about accuracy. That there is still development in the traditional watch industry to make systems that actually pioneer new achievements in accuracy will be something that pretty much any watch collector can stand behind. I know that not everyone will be a fan of the aesthetic design of the Defy Lab, or the Defy El Primero 21 for that matter, but I think they will want the technology for sure. Zenith and LVMH now take a leading role in the pursuit of accuracy, how will the others respond? Attached to the case of the Defy Lab is a rubber strap with an alligator exterior lining and a titanium buckle. Price for the 10 piece unique Zenith Defy Lab reference 27.9000.342/78.R582 is 29,900 CHF each.