Started in 1865 by Georges Favre-Jacot, Zenith is one of the oldest continuously operating watchmakers. Favre-Jacob invented the concept of "in-house movements", believing that only through control of the entire watchmaking process, could perfection be achieved. Today, Zenith remains one of the few watch manufacturers to produce its movements in-house and ensures its timepieces’ high level of precision and performance.
The CHRONOMASTER Sport combines elements of past ZENITH chronograph references such as the tri-colour dial, pump-style pushers and steel bracelet with a black ceramic bezel, all in a modern 41mm case. This version features a white dial paired with a blue rubber strap.