Zenith 95.9000.9004 worth a buy?

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    Zenith 95.9000.9004 worth a buy?

    Hi all,

    I am considering buying a Zenith El Primero Defy 21 95.9000.9004

    But i read that the time module is automatic and the Chronograph module is manual would. So in order to run the chronograph I have to manually wind it first.

    Reading this has made me think twice about the watch. What do you think about this issue on the watch, can this be a big deterrent?

    what are your thoughts? Also another question is, does this model hold value?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Zenith 95.9000.9004 worth a buy?

    *edit* - you're correct - it's a manual wind to run the chrono. My AD says it's an advantage since the chrono movement won't affect the accuracy of the watch. I'm inclined to believe what he says.
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    Re: Zenith 95.9000.9004 worth a buy?

    Because its a Super high beat chronograph it has its own power reserve. Even fully wound it will only las about 50 min.

    I thinks it’s definitely worth it! I would have bought it in a hearbeat, but it was too big for my wrist .

    I bought a Zenith Chronomaster Open at 42mm I buckle it in the tightest position and still its a very bit loose.

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    Thank you for the replies! I too love the watch, thinking of buying but looking and waiting for the best deal!

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