Zenith Unveils The New Chronomaster Sport Green Dial & Gem-Set Watches

Green dial dynamism & gem-set grandeur redefine modern sports chronographs.


Zenith’s Chronomaster Sport, introduced in 2021, has carved a niche for itself as a modern high-beat chronograph with undeniable charisma. It was initially offered in a classic steel case with black or white dials, the collection has gradually unveiled its versatility, welcoming precious metals, two-tone variations, and even a handful of boutique editions. Today, Zenith further expands the Chronomaster Sport’s horizons with two strikingly different yet equally compelling new models; a green-toned model in steel and a rose gold model with a meteorite dial and a generous helping of gems.

The green steel model shares the dial color with the boutique-only edition made in collaboration with Aaron Rodgers last year. Baton hour markers and chronograph subdials in luminous rhodium-plated applique stand out with clarity, while the 41mm stainless steel case, a signature feature of the collection, lends a robust and dynamic feel, perfectly complementing the adventurous spirit of the green dial.

This new version offers the choice of a steel bracelet or a green rubber strap. Prices start at $10,800 for the rubber strap and $11,300 for the steel bracelet.

The gem-set model is truly the fanciest iteration of the Chronomaster Sport yet. Though the case retains its 41mm footprint, the opulence explodes on the bezel which is set with a combination of spinels, sapphires, and diamonds to create a blue/black/gray progression with diamonds at the cardinal markers. This is matched by a gold-tone meteorite dial with diamond baguette markers and a color-matched date wheel. Zenith describes this model as “the fanciest iteration of the Chronomaster Sport yet,” and it’s hard to argue. It comes with an aptly fancier price tag of $98,600, reflecting the opulence of gems and rose gold.

Back in 2021, when we first laid eyes on Chronomaster Sport, we remarked on its attractive design and the awe-inspiring “Striking 10th” movement, setting a new standard in high-frequency performance. Fast forward to 2024, both the new models share the same technical specifications as the existing Chronomaster Sport models. This means they are powered by the high-beat El Primero 3600 column-wheel chronograph movement, which offers 1/10th of a second resolution. The watches are also water-resistant to 100 meters.