Leica Unveils The New ZM 11 Watch

From shutter speeds to seconds, a watch as sharp as a Leica lens .


Renowned for its iconic cameras, Leica has unveiled its latest watch – the Leica ZM 11, expanding its collection that includes the L1 and L2 models launched in 2022. The ZM 11 arrives in a sleek 41 mm satin-brushed case with integrated lugs, available in three captivating variations: ZM 11 Steel Midnight Blue, ZM 11 Titanium Coffee Black, and the limited edition ZM 11 Titanium Launch Edition with a distinctive black and red dial.

The ZM 11 dial perfectly showcases Leica’s design finesse, featuring a dual-layered design that transforms its appearance with changing angles. The upper layer, adorned with a grille design, creates captivating gradient effects that shift with the wearer’s movement.

Brushed indexes and diamond-cut hands filled with Super-LumiNova A1 ensure optimal legibility, while a camera lens-inspired black ring adds a touch of sophistication.

The automatic Leica Calibre LA-3001 powers the ZM 11, engineered by Swiss manufacture Chronode, encased in 10 ATM water-resistant stainless steel or titanium, offering a frequency of 4 Hz and a remarkable power reserve of 60 hours.

What sets the ZM 11 apart is Leica’s Easy Change strap system, allowing users to seamlessly switch between stainless steel, titanium, rubber, and fabric straps. This mechanism, reminiscent of a camera lens release button, reflects Leica’s photographic roots.

The Leica ZM 11 is set to hit select Leica stores worldwide at the end of November, with prices ranging from Euro 6,800 for the ZM 11 Steel with a rubber or fabric band to Euro 8,150 for the ZM 11 Titanium with a full Titanium band.