There’s a new addition to the Zenith Defy range, called the Skyline Boutique Edition. The dial has a grey hue, with some yellow cross-like symbols set in a pattern. Same 41mm case, El Primero movement, steel bracelet. Not really our thing, we prefer the Skyline with the blue dial, which is slightly cheaper by the way at £7100. This latest iteration retails at £7900.
Quite like the sub-dial as the grooves remind us of old school record player decks.
Here’s the promo blurb from Zenith;
“Bold in its silhouette yet inherently familiar within ZENITH’s repertoire, the DEFY Skyline draws inspiration from the unique octagonal geometry of the early DEFY models without attempting to merely recreate the past. It is crafted in an octagonal steel case with a faceted bezel, featuring the Manufacture’ first patterned dial revisiting the emblematic four-pointed star found in past ZENITH references. Powered by a high-frequency automatic manufacture movement with the very first 1/10th of a second indicator. The quick strap-change mechanism allows for easy switching between the steel bracelet and provided straps.”