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A3818

Nicknamed the “Cover Girl” for its appearance on the cover of Manfred Rössler’s book “Zenith: Swiss Watch Manufacture Since 1865”, the A3818 made its debut in 1971 and stood out for its vertically satin-brushed oxidized blue dial, with a “pyramid track” fractional scale. Only 1’000 examples of the A3818 were produced in total.



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TECHNICAL FEATURES

Movement

3019 PHC

Automatic

Functions

Hours and minutes in the centre

Small seconds at 9 o'clock

Chronograph:

- Central chronograph hand

- 12-hour counter at 6 o'clock

- 30-minute counter at 3 o'clock

Tachymetric scale

Date indication at 4:30

Case

37mm

Material

Stainless steel

1969-1972

In 1969, Zenith forever changed the world of watchmaking with the unveiling of the El Primero, the world’s first automatic high-frequency chronograph calibre. But it wasn’t only the movement that was groundbreaking. The watch models that were equipped with the revolutionary calibre were also lauded for their contemporary and singular designs, which continue to inspire and fascinate watch aficionados and discerning collecters 50 years later.

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