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    Actually held one of these

    Captain Windsor Annual Calendar. Impressive watch! Too bad I do not live near a boutique. That would be dangerous!

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    Here is the Zenith write-up on that watch from their Facebook posting.

    "The Captain Winsor Annual Calendar Boutique Edition combines the most precise series-produced calibre, the El Primero chronograph, with a complication that is both useful and innovative: the annual calendar. Representing a successful alliance between the knowledge and creative skills of two veritable watchmaking institutions, this sublime timepiece embodying an ingenious blend of user-friendliness and optimal readability is available exclusively through the Zenith boutique network."

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    Cheers!

    Dan

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    Very nice indeed , love applied numerals, love elements in rose gold , so I love it

    (I was gonna say didn't care for the bund until I realised it was the display cushion )

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    I love Zenith, but what precisely is "innovative" about an annual calendar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlcor View Post
    I love Zenith, but what precisely is "innovative" about an annual calendar?
    I doubt you will find any other annual calendar chronographs that beat at 36,000. But yes, I understand your point.



    Dan

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    Could the stainless steel version be the best value in modern watches? You get an in-house historic movement, chronograph, and an annual calendar. What's the MSRP? Around 8k or so?

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    It is certainly very gorgeous.
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