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    Zenith Synopsis

    I did a quick search and does anyone own one of these? I've found a few for sale and it looks like the black dial version is more expensive than the silver dial. I was hoping someone had a photo of the back of the watch. Thanks!
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    Re: Zenith Synopsis

    Very nice Watch!
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    Re: Zenith Synopsis

    Interesting to see an El Primero in a three hand movement, no sub dials, no date. When I say three hand, you can actually see the subsidiary seconds in the open part of the movement. Anyway, here is a good video on YouTube about the watch, including case back, and a bit of it's history:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZu2Mk9C530

    I think the model was introduced in 2014, so wasn't around for long. Perhaps many would say the El Primero is kind of wasted on a simple, three hand watch. But the high beat movement would give it an advantage in accuracy.

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    Re: Zenith Synopsis

    Thanks so much for the link and the info. I like the cleaner look as I already have an El-Primero chrono.

    Quote Originally Posted by carlhaluss View Post
    Interesting to see an El Primero in a three hand movement, no sub dials, no date. When I say three hand, you can actually see the subsidiary seconds in the open part of the movement. Anyway, here is a good video on YouTube about the watch, including case back, and a bit of it's history:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZu2Mk9C530

    I think the model was introduced in 2014, so wasn't around for long. Perhaps many would say the El Primero is kind of wasted on a simple, three hand watch. But the high beat movement would give it an advantage in accuracy.

    Cheers,
    Carl

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