Swiss watchmakers Zenith recently unveiled its DEFY Inventor watch at the Baselworld show this year and it is designed to celebrate El Primero's 50th anniversary. The watch is comprised of a regulating organ and it is found in place of the traditional spring balance.
The label's Oscillator control system arrives in a singular piece, which is an ultra-thing structure that is constructed from mono-crystalline silicon materials. It also has visible movements from the dial perspective -- the system incorporates a "high-frequency chronometric precision.' This ensures that it has elevated stability when it replaces the traditional balance as it shifts the entire movement system of the timepiece. It also sits within a 44mm brushed case constructed from Aeronith, which is the lightest aluminum composite materials.