Aptly named Spectrum, the new offerings explore the theme of light and span across five different colors, including black, blue, purple, orange and green. Each of them carries a 44mm stainless steel case covered in 288 brilliant-cut white diamonds, complemented by a display of 44 baguette-cut precious stones set in the bezel which match in color with the skeletonized timepieces’ movements and rubber straps. The green model uses tsavorites and both the orange and blue variants hold sapphires, while the purple edition carries amethyst and the black option is equipped with spinels.
As usual, the DEFY 21 is powered by the revolutionary in-house El Primero 21 calibre, a movement that operates at a whopping 360,000 vibrations per hour with a chronograph function that can measure down to 1/100th of a second.
Limited to just 10 examples for each color, Zenith’s DEFY 21 Spectrum collection will be available soon exclusively at the watchmaker’s boutiques across the globe.
Elsewhere in watches, Vacheron Constantin has unveiled three new Overseas models for 2021.