Zenith Men's 96.0529.4035/51.M Defy Xtreme Tourbillon Titanium Chronograph Watch
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- Quality Automatic movement; Functions without a battery; Powers automatically with the movement of your arm
- Hesalite crystal
- Case diameter: 46.5 mm
- Titanium case; Blue dial; Chronograph functions
- Water-resistant to 1000 M (3300 feet)
An extreme timepiece that defies the imagination and pushes the boundaries of luxurious style. Featuring solid but lightweight titanium construction and high-end features such as automatic movement, hesalite crystal and a deployment clasp place this watch in the all-time Pantheon of prestigious timepieces.
- ASIN: B001K3IXW8
- Item model number: 96.0529.4035/51.M533
- Date first available at Amazon.com: February 4, 2009
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- Average Customer Review:
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Zenith|
|Dial window material type||hesalite|
|Case diameter||46.5 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||20 millimeters|
|Band width||23 millimeters|
|Movement||Automatic self wind|
|Water resistant depth||3300 Feet|
Top Customer Reviews
Now whenever I see someone with money troubles I tell them to buy this watch and save $58,000. I am considering buying 10 of these watches so I can save $580,000 and buy a house on cash. Retirement saving is also no longer a concern for me, as I plan to buy one every year and live off the $58,000 I save.
Man, this watch is awesome, does everything it's supposed to do, is dead on accurate, attractive etc.
Really, for the watch itself - 5 stars.
But it's imperfect, in it's perfection.
It's TOO accurate.
So now my phone rings, like... everyday.
Some dude from the International Meridian Conference, in Greenwich, UK.
"What time do YOU have?"
Every freakin' day.
And really early in the morning, too.
I was all "Geezus, do you KNOW what time it is?" the first couple of times they woke me up, until I realized that... they didn't.
"GMT is an absolute time reference" my *ss.
My wrist is apparently the "absolute time reference" now.
Which is a lot of power for one person to wield.
And I AM only human, even when I'm wearing the watch.
I was feeling lazy the other morning, and didn't feel like rushing out of the house, and I confess I abused the power.
So when they called, I told them it was actually 17 minutes, 28 seconds EARLIER than it really was.
Messed things up, but good, for the rest of the planet (sorry!), but i got to finish the paper and have a second cup of coffee, and didn't get docked for being late when I got to the office.
So - totally worth it.
No worries, though. I have a plan. I'll gradually put those 17 minutes and 28 seconds BACK, over a 2 week span of phone calls.
Because my watch says that I CAN.
Then the most amazing this happened. Last night I was out at a bar with some friends. I walked up to the amazingly beautiful woman, and she looked at me, then my watch, and said the most wonderful thing, "Nice Watch." I took that opening and asked her for her number, and she laughed and told me to go away. Normally women just laugh and tell me to go away, so this was a huge improvement and worth every penny.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
ive tried everything i could but i still cant get my phones notifications to show up on this watch.Published 12 months ago by dylan fenech
Simply and utterly amazed. I was going to buy this from a Zennith Boutique but that was until I saw the $58,000 price reduction here on Amazon. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Zachary
Hi, My name is Batman, you've probably seen me on TV drifting in my batmobile roadster, well guess what? Not anymore!! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Abu 3abed
I'm not going to rattle off fantasies about this watch like have been done in previous posts (i.e. reincarnation, becoming the bat mobile, altering the earths rotation, messages... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jamie Cardinal
Be very careful when setting the time. As I was spinning the hands around I inadvertently affected the earth's rotation and was able to see the sunrise and sunset 4 times in less... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Matthew T. Cheshire
With my new watch ( Item model number: 96.0529.4035/51.M533 ) I have been able to reverse entropy. You may not think much of it now, but you will thank me later (Hint: see... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Senor Miguel
At first I thought I had wasted all this money on a broken watch because the seconds hand was glitchy. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Mike