At the prestigious Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix Zenith Christophe Colomb Équation du Temps watch model won the 1-st prize. The category in which the timepiece was named the best is “Best Complicated Watch”. In a sense, The Christophe Colomb Équation wristwatch is an awesome sophisticated model.
Inspired by the XVI-th century chronometer instruments for long marine journeys the Zenith Christophe Colomb Équation du Temps was rewarded 3-fold technical achievements: high frequency, liberation from gravity and visualization of the Earth planet rotating. By the way do you know that our planet has not the changeless 24 hours cycle? We have from day to day either more or less then 24 hours per date.
The performance of gorgeous Gyrotourbillons and Tourbillons are only in 75 limited edition pieces. The next thing you are interested in is technical characteristics. The Zenith wristwatch Christophe Colomb Équation du Temps has a unique manual wind movement with caliber El Primero 8808. It is unique because of the sophisticated Gyroscopic system that provides ideal horizontal positioning of the main regulating organ.
The 45 mm 18-carat rose gold case fits gold dial with hand-crafted silver colored barleycorn guilloché motif with black lacquered numerals. The most exciting thing about the dial is the Christophe Colomb module fitted at 6 o’clock, which is absolutely self-regulating.
The watch power reserve is 50 hours. Zenith wristwatch Christophe Colomb Équation has water resistance to 30 metres. Elegant brown strap made of alligator’s leather emphasizes the noble color of the 18-carat rose gold 3-ple folding buckle.
To conclude I reckon that this watch model is undoubtedly worth it’s rank of the Best Complicated Watch of the year.
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