Leica ZM 2
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Capturing time requires precision engineering and mechanical excellence. Each is essential to the art of photography. To facilitate the accurate measurement of time, Leica has chosen the ergonomic efficiency of a fine timepiece to expand its commitment to the decisive moment.
Leica Watches ZM 1 and ZM 2 are timekeeping analogs to Leica’s fine optical and photographic instruments. Carrying Leica DNA from the lens-like domed sapphire crystal to the red-dot emblazoned push-piece crown, they bring “Das Wesentliche” from the visual realm to the temporal.
Mechanically, both models are manually-wound watches displaying hours, minutes and seconds, a date window, status and power reserve. The Leica ZM 1 and Leica ZM 2 are fitted with a scratch-proof domed sapphire crystal, a transparent case back, and are both water-resistant to a depth of 50 metres I ATM. The power reserve guarantees at least 60 hours of motion and is decked by evenly closing blades reminiscent of the shutters of a Leica camera. Similarly, the specially developed container made of glass for the Leica watch is ideal for transporting and storing Leica M lenses, too. The patented push-crown with red ceramic insert is a typically stylish, technical and aesthetic finishing touch for both watches.
Two time zones with a single hand: As a GMT-watch (Greenwich Mean Time), the Leica ZM 2 also uses a single hand to indicate the second time zone on the dial. The 12-hour bezel facilitates rapid, exact and interpretation-free time-telling within a global orientation system. A classic black calf leather strap with a distinctive red interior further adds to the subtle elegance of the Leica ZM 2.
*Alligator leather strap is available upon request.
• Leica font from the cap of the Leica M6 with capital lettering and naming of its roots in Wetzlar
• Diamond-cut rhodium-plated indices and hands
• Highly domed watch crystal, reminiscent of the spherical front element of a camera lens
• Red ceramic inlay (homage to the Leica M designers LudwigLeitz II and Heinrich Janke (father of the Leica “red dot”)
• Movement: LMH1 | In-house manual winding | 26 rubies | 28.800 A/h | power reserve 60h
• Complications: patented push-crown-system | hours | minutes | small second | date window incl. quickset date | mode indicator | stop-second | power reserve indicator
• Case: Stainless steel | Ø 41mm | Height: 14,5mm | Water-resistant: 50 m | Lug Width: 21m
• Front: anti-reflecting sapphire crystal | domed
• Back: anti-reflecting sapphire crystal | screwed