Zenith El Primero Zero-G Multi-Dimensional Tourbillon
on 22 February 2008
A new top-of-the-line Zenith is debuting at Baselworld 2008 in April. This limited edition all-black PVD coated El Primero Zenith Zero-G Multi-Dimensional Tourbillon will start around €350,000 ($500,000+).
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