Now that your watch is clean, you should also clean the bracelet it is strapped on, too. Like the watch itself, when cleaning a bracelet you should consider its water resistance, age, material construction, etc., all of which will help you determine how to best clean it. Water resistance continues to take the cake in terms of importance, so if either your bracelet or watch are water resistant, but not both, then you should separate the two and clean them accordingly.
For a more durable bracelet — such as one constructed from steel, titanium, or rubber — Albers recommends using a soft brush with a gentle soap and water to clean the clasp and bracelet, possibly even running the bracelet under a faucet to flush out any debris.
For more precious metals, such as gold or platinum, Ryan recommends cleaning the bracelet with just your hands, or if available opting for an extra soft brush, as a too rigid brush can scratch the metal. In addition, Ryan recommends using a gentle hand soap or Dawn-brand dish soap with warm water to rinse, then drying with a soft microfiber cloth.
The perfect fake Zenith DEFY line is a collection that has been launched, discontinued, and resurrected several times by our friends at Le Locle through different periods of time. Originally released in 1969, the DEFY line has seen numerous facelifts and at one point it was responsible for almost killing Zenith taking the brand down an abyss from where it had to be later rescued by Mr. Biver’s protégée Jean-Frederic Dufour —now CEO of Rolex. Perhaps the most unsuccessful watch line ever released by Zenith during the reign of Thierry Nataf as CEO of Zenith between 2002 and 2009, the Zenith DEFY collection has made a glorious comeback after its revival and facelift in 2017.
This collection is currently getting a lot of traction and attention from watch collectors and connoisseurs. A watch that sorta looks like a hybrid between a TAG Heuer and a Hublot and that was relaunched in 2017 after Mr. Biver took the reigns of Zenith after Aldo Magada’s sudden departure. Frankly, if TAG Heuer and Hublot were to have a child, the Zenith DEFY El Primero 21 would be it and that is not a bad thing. The Zenith DEFY El Primero 21 is an impressive looking watch that honestly doesn’t look much like a Zenith even when you compare it to the early DEFY watches from the 70s.
Powered by a 1/100th of a second chronograph mechanism, the quality replica DEFY El Primero 21 is the new lineage that continues to prove why Zenith is one of the leaders and pioneers in making the most reliable and very accurate chronographs.
When you handle the new DEFY El Primero 21 in the metal, its craftsmanship speaks volumes about the brand and also why this new collection is doing so well nowadays. While Jaeger-LeCoultre is the brand that gives you the most bang for your buck when it comes to pretty much any watch, when it comes to in-house chronographs, the Zenith DEFY El Primero 21 comes in up to par. Especially if you are looking for a more modern and less traditional and classic timepiece.