October 05, 2021 1 min read
In 1969, after more than seven years of research and development, Zenith got quite a record introducing the El Primero’s Calibre 3019 PHC, the first automatic, high-frequency, chronograph movement.
The lowest production serial numbers can be found on the casebacks of the Ref. A386, making it the very first El Primero Chronograph. The “Mk1” mark is the first production batch ever manifactured with <500 pieces estimated, and only few of them survived so far.
The first thing you notice by wearing this exclusive timepiece is how elegant and sportive can be at the same time. The stainless steel case shape and its reduced thickness makes it wearable at any occasion. Instantly recognisable by its tri-colour dial, this A386 has been remarkably well preserved.
By all means a remarkable timepiece, the present example is sure to delight the most discerning watch connoisseurs.
Discover this A386 El Primero in detail HERE.
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