Following the successful resurrection of its ’70s Chronomaster in collaboration with watch magazine Revolution and another massively-popular release of a blacked-out edition of the vintage-inspired model, Zenith is now launching a third Chronomaster Revival to join the series, this time as an exclusive for the North American market.
Unquestionably a tribute to American culture, the new model — named the Chronomaster Revival Liberty — is dressed in a proud red, white and blue, from dial to strap. Much like its first release, the angular tonneau stainless steel case measures in at 37mm, housing a popping blue dial with three white contrasting subdials at 3, 6, and 9 o’clock. The pristine white extends onto the tachymeter markings and applied indices, while a dash of red comes into play with the seconds hand of the chronograph and the date indicator sitting snugly between 4 and 5 o’clock. Internally, the Liberty retains the same in-house El Primero 400 automatic movement, boasting a power reserve of 50 hours.
Limited to just 150 units in the North American market, Zenith’s Chronomaster Revival Liberty is retailing for $8,700 USD over on the brand’s website.