Service on the CP-2

Apr 26, 2020,05:16 AM

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 always wondered about the rough push the CP needed and if it was just built like that.

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I just tried mine on and...

 By: India Whiskey Charlie : May 5th, 2020-13:09
The start/stop pusher is definitely harder than the reset pusher but not unbearably so. If I remember correctly, mine was always like this.

Same here. [nt]

 By: amanico : May 5th, 2020-13:31

Thanks a lot Nicolas!

 By: jlc.thomsen : May 6th, 2020-12:06
Yeah not unbearable bot noticeably hard-just like the lock down 😂-None of my chronos have that so I was wondering-

For men. :))) [nt]

 By: amanico : May 6th, 2020-13:31

Haha [nt]

 By: jlc.thomsen : May 6th, 2020-14:07

;) [nt]

 By: amanico : May 6th, 2020-14:07

It stopped after a couple hours on my wrist and...

 By: India Whiskey Charlie : May 6th, 2020-12:46
It would not wind again. Just dead - completely dead. Talked with Zenith in New Jersey and they said they'd service it as soon as they re-open.

Back from the spa

 By: India Whiskey Charlie : July 28th, 2020-12:23
Gone for about 90 days and back after a thorough service. We'll have to see how well the watch performs now: ...  

Well done Zenith! That’s not too bad given all the restrictions.

 By: jlc.thomsen : July 28th, 2020-14:08
Did they give any explanation on what had caused it to stop?

I called them late May and someone said they were closed...

 By: India Whiskey Charlie : July 28th, 2020-14:37
Then, I emailed them in June and they said go ahead and send it in and I did mid June. This is what they said they did: ...