NEW: Zenith Chronomaster Sport Titanium
Zenith is delighted to announce its return as the official timekeeper of the UTS Tour 2024 (Ultimate Tennis Showdown), marking its presence on the tennis court once again. To commemorate this occasion, the brand has unveiled the lightweight Chronomaster Sport in Grade 5 titanium.
Since its release in 2021, the Chronomaster Sport has gained immense popularity and we have even witnessed waitlists during peak demand. Now, Zenith presents the Chronomaster Sport Titanium, featuring a case and bracelet made from Grade 5 titanium.
While the new material sets it apart, the specifications remain familiar. The watch boasts a 41mm case with a thickness of 13.8mm. The pushers, bezel, case, and bracelet are all brushed, accentuated by polished bevels. Zenith claims that it weighs 105 grams, making it 30% lighter than the steel version of the Chronomaster Sport.
Powering the watch is the renowned El Primero 3600 chronograph caliber. Operating at a high frequency of 5 Hertz and offering a 60-hour power reserve, this movement can be admired through the sapphire caseback.
The titanium version also features a new dial, characterized by a "nickel-grey" finish. The classic tri-color subdials are presented in various shades of grey.
The Chronomaster Sport Titanium is available with a titanium bracelet or a new range of integrated rubber straps. The manufacturer's suggested retail price is $11,800 for the bracelet option and $11,300 for the rubber strap option.