Well to start with it's got one of the finest (possibly the finest) Chronograph movement ever made in the El Primero. I guess that's the heart of the ownership experience for the enthusiast. What it looks like comes later.
There is a great deal of heated debate about the current Zenith range, which has its fans and detractors. The Defy Classic range is the pick of the bunch for me, particularly the Chrono Aero. I made a point of going to see one in the flesh a couple of weeks ago, even though it's way out of my budget at the moment, and I have to say it's a spectacular looking watch. It has a really impressive feel to it and is less "blingy" than it appears from photos. The 46mm size is substantial but it doesn't look as outsized as many others of this diameter. Great bracelet too.
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