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Looking to find a new owner to appreciate this Zenith Rainbow from the 1990s. This runs on an in-house El Primero caliber 405Z movement beating at 36,000bps 31 jewels. Movement runs strong and all functions work as it should. It has about more than 50 hours of power reserve.
Correction from the previous post, as this Zenith has been serviced since 2017 after checking.
It's self-winding, automatic chronograph and diameter is around 39mm without crown - about 12mm thick. The zenith word logo can be seen on the outside of the clasped buckle. And this folding butterfly clasp, can size up to even 8inch wrist comfortably. Total 16 links for the bracelet and maximum 2 on each side can be adjusted.
Looking at €2,680 or your best offer (Payment by Paypal to family or friends if possible otherwise fees can be split) Using DHL on door to door & insured tracking shipment.
Thanks to CT and everyone for looking!