Swiss luxury watch maker Zenith has decided to honor the “World’s Greatest Rock’n’Roll Band”, the Rolling Stones, with a very special version of the brand’s exquisite El Primero Skeleton watch. This iconic timepiece has seen countless iterations over the years, but this time the band’s signature logo, the bright red tongue and lips, will make everything perfectly clear.
The full name of this gorgeous timepiece is actually Zenith El Primero Skeleton Tribute To The Rolling Stones, and it comes with well-known motif placed on a rotating disc for the running seconds subdial. Featuring a 45 mm matte black ceramic case, that’s able to resist 50-meter deep waters, this cool watch comes with a black calfskin leather strap adorned with “hotprints” matching the overall theme.
Light, scratch-resistant, and available in various textures and colors, Zenith’s amazing Tribute To The Rolling Stones shows off a skeletonized dial, and it also lets you get a glimpse of the complex movement through the sapphire crystal caseback.
Keeping the wheels in motion is the El Primero 400B movement, with 50 hours of power reserve, but what’s really worth noting is that Zenith will only allow 250 Rolling Stones super fans to enjoy one of these limited-edition watches, once they pay up US$11,100 for a piece. The question is: how many concert tickets would you buy for that kind of money?