Ceramic cases were once a rarity in watchmaking, but the material’s use has since become much more widespread, including at more affordable price points. The blue case caught my eye for the simple fact that non-white and non-black ceramic cases are still relatively rare. Hublot (another LVMH brand) makes them, as does Rado, but the majority of ceramic timepieces still tend to be basic black and white. One of the primary advantages of making a watch from ceramic is its resistance to scratching. You could wear these Zenith Defy Classics day in, day out, for a long time without them ever showing any signs of wear and tear. In each of these three executions, the ceramic case is 41mm in diameter and 10.75mm thick, right in line with popular tastes for sports watches, and each watch is water resistant to 100 meters.