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Zenith Defy Xtreme Tourbillon Men's Automatic Watch 96-0528-4035-21-M528


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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Zenith
Part Number 96-0528-4035-21-M528
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Anti reflective sapphire
Display Type Circle
Clasp Fold-Over Clasp with Hidden Double Push-Button
Case diameter 47 millimeters
Case Thickness 20 millimeters
Band Material Rose Gold
Band length 8 inches
Band width 23 millimeters
Band Color Black
Dial color Black
Bezel material Rose Gold
Movement Swiss automatic
Water resistant depth 1000 Meters

Product Description

Zenith, Defy Xtreme Tourbillon, Men's Watch, Black Titanium Case, 18K Rose Gold and Black Titanium Bracelet, Swiss Mechanical Automatic (Self-Winding), 96-0528-4035-21-M528

  • ASIN: B008B9JWK6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #137,309 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    Don't miss this opportunity...you'll regret it!
    DJ Swift
    I then realised there description said "No refunds", a total waste of MY time and MY money.
    Sam Winchester
    After lots of thinking, I figured having a 112k watch (on sale from 205k, what a steal!)
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    82 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Randall Franks on September 17, 2013
    I purchased this item after much bartering with a local merchant. To be honest I have very little to tell you about it's time keeping capability, I merely acquired it because I needed the Dwemer cogs in order to decipher the shard of an Elder Scroll so that I may peer through the mist of ages and learn the shout known as "Dragonrend" thus stopping Alduin the World Eater from ravaging all of Tamriel. A bit pricey I suppose but the black soul gems that power this device don't exactly grow like thistle branches, do they?
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    365 of 418 people found the following review helpful By leraat1974 on October 6, 2012
    After spending some time looking for the perfect watch I came across the Zenith Xtreme Tourbillon and I was more than impressed. This watch is one of the most technologically advaced watches in the world. After visiting the plant located under the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland I was sold! I had to buy one! ( I actually own 2 of them, but more on that later)... Just the fact that it takes almost 3 years to build and there are more than 378 people involved in the process from engineers, plumbers, carpenters,mathematicians,physicists, pharmacists, etc., is mind blowing.

    Let me start with the case itself, which is made out of a mix of Unobtanium and T-Rex wisdom tooth, it's light but yet strong enough to withstand 12000 atmospheres of presure. Then comes the heart of the watch, "the engine", powered by a mini-nuclear reactor, running on a (2/16th X 1/32th of an inch ) bar of Plutonium 238 that has a life of 88 years.

    This brings me to the cooling system: (any of you who owns a mini-nuclear reactor watch knows that cooling the reactor can be a pain in the butt, since you have to constantly inject water into the watch to lower the tempeture and if you somehow forget, not only do you end up with a nuclear meltdown, it also voids the warranty!!.)

    And at this point is when the most impressive use of technology I have seen comes to play, the people of Zenith came around this by using your own body water..Yes !!.. this baby cools itself down by absorbing water from the body through the bracelet which contains thousands of micro-bonding cells that attach to the pores on contact and pull water to the surface of the skin to be absord by the wristband!! Genious!! the only drawback with this aproach is that if you are not carefull you might became de-hydrated.
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    84 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Gwag on September 11, 2013
    I usually don't drop $112,750.00 on a watch but I figured what the hell.
    I sold my home, all my personal belongings, my wives, and the dog; but it was all worth it. Because now I have the Zenith Defy Xtreme Tourbilon Men's Automatic Watch which allows me to slide to alternate dimensions and warp reality. On my journeys through the dimensions I encountered Thanos whom attempted to trade the Infinity Gauntlet for this watch but I refused. Thanos then attempted to steal the watch from my possession and the watch transformed me into Green Power Ranger and an ensuement of flips and high flying gymnastic battles, but I ultimately defeated him, stripped Thanos of the infinity gauntlet and saved our universe.
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    99 of 118 people found the following review helpful By RatedAwesome on July 15, 2013
    I was kinda iffy about buying this watch. I've been trying to buy my parents a home for the last few months so it was a tough call. After lots of thinking, I figured having a 112k watch (on sale from 205k, what a steal!) would be a better investment. After all, real estate is pretty scary. At first my parents were really mad. The second they saw this 8th wonder of the world, they understood. My parents said they were cool with living in the shelter or on the street just as long as they could keep a photo of the watch. I told them sure, for $10 bucks. (pay for the shipping!)

    I'm also trying to make a career change and figured this watch would equal an MBA or law degree...I mean, look at it! So I had an interview with a custom tailored suit. I made sure my left arm length was 1 inch shorter than the right, thats right, no way I can let some cloth cover up the love of my life! Right after I gave my handshake to the hiring manager, he offered me a job. In fact, he offered me HIS job. He said he'd love to be my assistant. He took off his nameplate on the door and Sharpie'ed mine...class act!

    I was so pumped after that interview. I had my left arm hanging outside my car window blasting Mozart in my 1992 Black and Blue Geo Prism. I was stopped at a red light when I saw this amazing women reading on a park bench. I waved my left arm and the massive amount of bling caught her eye (blinded her). She came up to my passenger door and asked if I could take her out for dinner. I was taken back at first but this girl looked like Jessica Biel, Halle Berry, and Scarlet Johansson combined. I instantly said yes and took her to the first place someone wearing this watch would want to go...Chuck E Cheese. After all I just got a sick job, I could spend some cash right!?
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    58 of 69 people found the following review helpful By ALLAN on July 5, 2013
    I bought this watch yesterday and it arrived a few seconds later at the speed of sound. Attached to watch, two hot models, a house, car, boat, furniture, space ship, a round trip around the world and a fast trip to bankruptcy court. I recommend.
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    77 of 93 people found the following review helpful By CharlieB on August 28, 2013
    I tried to buy 4 of these and there were only 2 left in stock. I like to wear one on each of my limbs. I had to go somewhere else to procure 4.
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