Insights into technology
Some models of the Zenith Chronomaster have a solid dial in which three more dials or two dials and a window for viewing the movement are embedded. Others, with the exception of an outer ring with the time scale, dispense with the dial and leave the technical inner workings of the watch completely unobstructed. This offers the technophile man a wonderful insight into the processes within his watch, but can initially distract from the displays of the smaller dials. Here it helps that with most models each dial has its own color, which differs from that of the main dial, or ring. What exactly the additional dials show is different depending on the sub-series of the Zenith Chronomaster but is worth seeing in all cases.
Masters of Time
The name Chronomaster is composed of the name of the Greek god Chronos and the English word Master. Chronos, the creator god of Greek mythology, was regarded as the personification of time. Master means master and so the Chronomaster with its many hands, the stopwatch function and the often granted insight into the clockwork is master of time. A truly aptly chosen name for this masterpiece of Swiss watchmaking.