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A Flyback That Has Flown Back From Space

A Flyback That Has Flown Back From Space

Felix Baumgartner truly did Zenith proud, when he wore their El Primero Stratos Flyback Striking 10th chronograph on his historic record breaking skydive in October 2012. This watch can boast having broken the speed of sound, a feat no other watch (at the time of writing) has had the honour of achieving. Even under the most extreme conditions on it’s journey with Felix, his watch managed to remain accurate to the nearest second.

So clearly, this is a watch for a daredevil, someone who will go to unchartered territory to prove to themselves that they have what it takes to meet the most fearsome of challenges. With its flyback technology, it’s a breeze to restart the chronograph after resetting the hands. So wear this watch when ice climbing; dune bug racing in the desert, bungy jumping, mountain biking, white water rafting, jet skiing and of course sky diving.

It would be criminal not to take things to the max when you have this watch in your arsenal. And on those rare days off from your extreme sporting activities, team your watch with an evening at a classy nightspot. Somewhere uber glamourous will be proof that you know your luxury drinking spots as well as you know your luxury watches.

 
 

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