For 2018 Swiss Zenith continues their relationship with music personality and producerSwizz Beatz (aBlogtoWatch interview here), and today we check out the Zenith Swizz Beatz Defy Zero G watch that bears the distinctive bright orange and white metal tones of the collaboration models The focus here is both on the unorthodox color palette used on a high-end watch of this type, as well as the technical interest we continue to find in the Zero G regulation system, which is part of the in-house made mechanical movement. The “Zero G” system (that was once called a “Zero G Tourbillon” even though it isn’t really tourbillon at all) is a fascinating concept and has been used by Zenith in one form or another for close to a decade now (see myhands-on look at the Zenith Christophe Colomb watch from about seven years ago here as an example) What is important to note here. More
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