On Veterans' Day, Zenith released its first limited edition replica watch teaming up with the Injured Warrior Project, a charity and veterans service organization to offer various services for wounded American veterans that were launched in the wake of 9/11. The new Edition watch is to offer the ultimate respect to several courageous men and women by praising braveness, allegiance, and commitment, to mention superior watch craft technique. The watch is produced 50 units for the US market, it is in line with Zenith's tradition of providing different military forces with cheap replica watches that meet their strict technical demands in terms of stability, legibility, and sturdiness. But we don't have the specific details for this watch, it won't surprise us if it is COSC certified. It's based on the astonishing original Zenith TIPO CP-2, first made in the 1960s for the Italian military, CP represents cronometro da polso, i.e. wrist chronograph which is highly prized by collectors. The 43mm limited Edition features a red, white and blue color scheme. It is the first time that the CP-2 is equipped with a matte blue dial contrasting the aluminum ring inside the bezel, with the triangle marker and chronograph hand-painted in red. It comes with a customized blue kudu-hide bracelet with red and white stitches. It runs on Zenith's well-known Automatic El Primero column-wheel chronograph movement with flyback function. And for the final part, the oscillating weight's Côtes de Genève motif also shows respect to the American flag. We would like to praise Zenith and The Wounded Warrior Project for their collective efforts in helping vets and providing the new best watch.