Hi Guys, Not long ago, I post a thread asking about strap options of my Zenith Defy El Primero. It's here : www.watchprosite.com After some back and forth search, I got a white strap from my AD. It's an OEM directly from Zenith. I just want to bum
For a 50 year old watch, my expectations were low and imperfections were not a concern as long as it runs and gives off a certain vintage vibe when worn. This it has in spades and I was particularly drawn to the weird looking bracelet (aka lobster bracele
After all, no matter what the slightly far-fetched story telling says around the Chronomaster Revival "Shadow". It doesn't really matter here since the outcome is much more important than the context. This piece is presented as finding its inspiration fro
Little warms your heart better than a warm memory to a bright summer's day - particularly if a well-dressed fine watch accompanies you, like this Zenith Chronomaster El Primero 36.000 VpH with blue dial and an (aftermarket) assorted blue NATO strap: Much
Hi I’m planning to organise a service for the CP-2. I was thinking that I would mention the very high force I have to apply to start the chrono function. Stop and fly back are fine. Just wonder if you are having the same experience with our great CP. I al
Here you can read parts of the mails I got from Zenith: --- "The serial numbers of your watch correspond to the information extracted from the Zenith Registers, bur relate to another model: with a white dial. You are right, this is still a nice Zenith wat
For all those that love the Zenith A386, I have created a deep-dive into the reference. This includes detail on dial (of course!), case, hands, crown, movement, bracelet/strap, as well as price trends, limited edition, prototype dials (?!) and forgeries.