Three new Stars join the galaxy of Zenith watches for women review

Zenith, the Swiss manufacturer celebrating its 150th anniversary, taken into fame with its 1969 El Primero calibre watch – a high-frequency chronograph capable of measuring elapsed times to the nearest 1/10th of a second. When Zenith initially launched its own collection of Star watches for ladies, the mythical El Primero movement was selected for its 37mm cases. With the new trend for smaller, more feminine watch sizes, three brand new Zenith Star watches have been found in 33mm cushion-shaped scenarios, powered through an ultra-thin motion.
The initial new Zenith watches Star watch has an extremely original dial, which emulates the Japanese paper-folding method of origami. Almost like an Escher print, the geometric shapes onto the white lacquered surface direct the eye towards the tiny seconds counter at 9 o’clock with its star-shaped figure and blued-steel hand. Four diamonds function as hour markers and the crown is set with a cabochon.

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The vibrant red, orange and pink tones of the flower petals that decorate the second version have been moved to the white mother-of-pearl backdrop and silhouetted with a metal border for increased relief. Tucked into the corners of the cushion-shaped circumstance, graduated white diamonds include light to the composition and contrast to the red cabochon crown. The dial of the third white gold jewelry watches model drew on the skills of an engraver, an enamellist plus a gem-setter to achieve the delicate, off-centred floral composition, which seems to influence with life.
All 3 girls’ watches are presented on fitting alligator straps with a gem-set buckle. Within the case, the Elite 681 ultra-thin automatic fabrication calibre retains the hours, minutes and tiny seconds ticking for 50 hours. A sapphire crystal caseback reveals the oscillating weight decorated with a Côtes p Genève theme, and also three new female stars twinkle in the firmament of the brand with the star emblem.

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