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The DEFY Extreme Felipe Pantone is made as a numbered limited edition of 100 pieces, and will be available exclusively at ZENITH physical and online boutiques

The passionate horologists at Zenith pride themselves on showcasing its line of luxury watches as a blank canvas for the opportunity to collaborate with artists, brands, and industry professionals. One of the Swiss watchmaker’s most popular one-off models comes from globally renowned Argentinian-Spanish optical artist Felipe Pantone. Felipe is most well-known for his use of bold colors, geometrical patterns, and Op Art elements, which he incorporates into projects like motorcycles, pools, and even entire buildings. After a successful first launch, Zenith is proud to unveil the all-new DEFY Extreme Felipe Pantone.

How does the case get its holographic finish?

The Zenith DEFY Extreme Felipe Pantone presents a large 45mm case crafted from stainless steel, which achieves its incredible mirror finish with an extensive polishing process. The shimmering shade flows into the partially skeletonized design where Felipe Pantone’s artistic touch onto its pronounced sub-dials.

What powers the new DEFY Extreme and its functions?

The DEFY Extreme Felipe Pantone is driven by Zenith’s iconic in-house El Primero movement, powering its everyday tools that include hours and minutes, date, chronograph, and 60-hour power reserve indicator functions. The most cutting-edge chronograph caliber in production and the only one to offer a true 1/100th of a second measurement

How much is it and where can you get one?

The all-new Zenith DEFY Extreme Felipe Pantone will be available to the public on October 27th in Zenith boutiques and on the brand’s website. As part of an exclusive release, the watch is limited to only 100-pieces worldwide and comes with a price tag of $29,900.

Source: Zenith