Zeno Unveils Its Airplane Diver Chrono 6349 Watch

Jan 04, 2010
In 1970, the watchmaking house Zeno released its Airplane Diver timepiece for the first time. Since then, this exceptional model has been considerably improved and turned into an oversized durable watch, instantly identifiable by virtue of its remarkable dial: it artfully plays with color contrasts and ensures impeccable legibility.

Ticking inside the Airplane Diver Chrono 6349 is a self-winding Chrono Valjoux 7750 movement, studded with 25 jewels. It contains a balance wheel, moving back and forth at the rate of 28,800 vibrations per hour. This movement offers a 48-hour power reserve. The mechanism in question provides the functions of hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph as well as those of date and day.

All the technical secrets of this model are housed in a matt polished 316L stainless steel case, which measures 45mm in diameter. It is fitted with a unidirectional bezel, performed in two tones. On its front side the case is armed with a curved, hardened mineral glass.

The watch case frames a black dial. It reveals hour markers and hands, coated with Superluminova compound, which makes the dial visible even in the most extreme low-light situations.

The Airplane Diver Chrono 6349 timepiece is secured to the wearers wrist on a polyurethane strap, finished with the massive buckle, sculptured in steel or stainless steel. The water-resistance of this remarkable model is down to 500 meters.


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