In 2017, Zenith broke ground through its El Primero collaboration with Range Rover and by launching what was arguably the world\u2019s most accurate wristwatch - the Defy Lab. Now that everyone\u2019s paying attention, Zenith launches a full-fledged collection of Defy watches, and there\u2019s one particular example that\u2019s tickled our fancy.\r\n\r\nThe Defy Classic Skeleton was first unveiled at Baselworld 2018 and is offered as a \u201cgateway into this futuristic universe.\u201d I don\u2019t know about that, but it is a very nice watch. This charismatic piece has a 41mm ultra-light titanium case framing a star-shaped dial with blue shading that complements its blackened skeleton movement.\r\n\r\nBeating inside is a reinterpretation of Zenith\u2019s automatic Elite 670 movement. It\u2019s technology known for precision and performance. Best of all, it offers a lower price point than El Primero\u2019s movement. This Defy Classic displays hours, minutes, central seconds and date.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe hour and minute hands are large and luminescent, while the second hand is slim, featuring a star counterweight evoking the Zenith symbol. Blackened, structured and topped by a cut-out date disc read off on a white dot at 6 o\u2019clock, the wristwatch oscillates at 4Hz and offers around 50 hours of autonomy.\r\n\r\nCouple the Defy Classic with a choice of titanium, blue alligator leather or a black studded rubber band and you have a watch that exudes chic elegance. You can find the Defy Classic Skeleton, and the other Defy watches right now in boutiques across the globe. You can pick one up for around $9,000.\r\nCheck it out\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=pA2znwL12ds&feature=youtu.be\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nFor more luxury timepeices, we went hands on with IWC's Jubilee collection at an exclusive event in Sydney.\r\n\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.