Zenith El Primero Zero-G Multi-Dimensional Tourbillon

Coming April, Zenith would be unveiling its new El Primero Zero-G Multi-Dimensional Tourbillon at Baselworld. With its unique appeal, the lavish jet-black Zero-G is layered in an unusual PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) solution that makes the timepiece impermeable to the influence of magnitude. They say that this timepiece is devised theoretically to work for astronauts who are walking the moon surface or are busy revamping a space station. But I can see raised eyebrows on the very thought of NASA shelling out $500,000 plus to offer this luxury watch to their crew.

Via Watchismo
Zenith El Primero Zero-G Multi-Dimensional Tourbillon

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