Called the Elite Lady moonphase, the watch is the latest addition to Zenith’s renowned Elite collection and is billed as is billed as epitomising feminism. Each of its numerous hues are said to pay tribute to the multiple dimensions of a woman’s personality.
Housed in a stainless steel case with a diamond steel bezel, the 33mm piece contains state of the art technology. It has automatic Elite Caliber 692 bearing, a 50 + hours of power reserve and an ultra-thin movement that operates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour.
The watch comprises a total of 195 parts and is water resistant up to 50 meters. It also comes with an exhibition case back that enables the wearer to view its intricate mechanism that is powered by an oscillating weight emblazoned with a “Côtes de Genève” motif.
The Zenith Elite Lady moonphase is available in yellow, apple green, turquoise and red versions, each priced at $7,100.
Founded by Georges Favre-Jacot in Le Locle, Switzerland in 1865, Zenith has grown to become one of the world’s most famous luxury watch makers.