The ZM 1 Gold Limited Edition is inspired by the IA Luxus camera from 1929, featuring a gold and black color scheme. The design retains the functional essence of the original ZM 1 but elevates it with luxurious gold and titanium materials, aligning with Leica's tradition of reimagining existing products in special materials.
At 41mm in diameter, the ZM 1 Gold Limited Edition is housed in an 18k red gold case. The dial, reminiscent of an eagle's iris, is made from aluminum with a gradient brown finish and gold accents. The watch's functionality includes time, date, and a power reserve, along with a unique feature for controlling winding or time setting via a red-capped button on the crown.
The crown and pusher are crafted from titanium, complementing the gold case. The watch is presented on a brown alligator leather strap with an 18k rose gold deployant clasp, adding to its overall elegance.
Powered by the Leica LH-1001 caliber, this manual-winding movement boasts a 60-hour power reserve and operates at a frequency of 28,800 vph (4 Hz). The 26-jewel movement features a crown pusher that activates the time-setting mode, a nod to Leica's camera-centric design philosophy.
The ZM 1 Gold Limited Edition is not just a timepiece; it's a testament to Leica's successful foray into watchmaking since the introduction of the ZM 1 and ZM 2 models. This special edition is expected to resonate deeply with Leica enthusiasts and watch collectors alike, seeking exclusivity and craftsmanship.
For more information, visit Leica's official website.
Priced at $28,000, the ZM 1 Gold Limited Edition is an exclusive offering for Leica's most passionate collectors, available at Leica stores worldwide. The price point reflects the watch's premium materials and limited production.
|Leica ZM 1 Gold Limited Edition Specifications
|ZM 1 Gold Limited Edition
|18K Red Gold
|Aluminum with gradient brown finish, gold accents
|Alligator leather with 18k rose gold deployant clasp
|Hours, minutes, seconds, date, power reserve
|28,800 vph (4 Hz)
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