If a white dial chronograph with black subdials is a panda dial, can we dub this the “crocodial?” The safari theme adds some context to the color choice and the faux-patina. Without seeing it in the metal, I think this vintage effect works well with the A384 case because it, itself, is a vintage reproduction. Zenith has used microblasted titanium before on the Revival “Shadow” (a very underrated watch) and I imagine it looks equally cool here – especially when paired with what looks to be a textured matte green dial.
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