Zenith Chronomaster Heritage Limited Edition

Zenith Chronomaster Heritage Limited Edition

Postby Racer-X » June 4th 2017, 8:00am

by A Blog To Watch "Timeless Luxury Watches is proud to announce our first collaboration with one of our all-time favorite watch companies, Zenith. As much or more than any other watch company in the world, Zenith is known for its chronographs, so deciding to make the Zenith Chronomaster Heritage Limited Edition, using their legendary El Primero automatic movement, was an easy choice."

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Re: Zenith Chronomaster Heritage Limited Edition

Postby codguy » June 4th 2017, 8:20am

Gorgeous!
Shame the hour & minute hands were not blued as well........
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Re: Zenith Chronomaster Heritage Limited Edition

Postby foghorn » June 4th 2017, 8:28am

Those are a fine example of watchery.

And a fine job of self editing by Mr. X.
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Re: Zenith Chronomaster Heritage Limited Edition

Postby Rusty » June 4th 2017, 11:56am

Handsome...
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Re: Zenith Chronomaster Heritage Limited Edition

Postby TemerityB » June 4th 2017, 2:54pm

That's the stuff, right there. Man. Thought that's a really limited limited edition - 25?!? Wow.

One point: That's another one of those sponsored posts as well. Good grief; fucking ABTW can parse it any way they want - sure, looking at the pretty pictures is nice, but they have the journalistic credibility of Mr. Met. You can't write editorials and then stick 'em next to paid articles - any sense of objectivity is immediately disqualified. That's about as lame as it gets. In fact, it's downright disgusting.

I'm really starting to think this is the only watch website without a conflict of interest in the entire Interwebs.
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