Zenith Cal 120 and 135: Some movements I would love to own.

Nov 20, 2019,22:49 PM
 

Cal 120: 


" Gilt ": 



No " Gilt ": 



Cal 135 Chronometer: 



No Chronometer: 



These big balance wheel and movements have such a strong appeal on me... 

That would be good if Zenith could re make them again! 

Best,

Nicolas

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Fully agree...

 
 By: keks : November 20th, 2019-23:29
Cal 130 such a joy to wind and wear... ...  

The reference is made for a killer...

 
 By: keks : November 22nd, 2019-15:02
Water resistant anti magnetic and razor sharp case... and under the hood: Would love to see the other side of the watch you are showing a picture with this caliber... ...  

Cal 133.8 a pleasure for the eyes

 
 By: mastoc : November 21st, 2019-08:07
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another but 135

 
 By: mastoc : November 22nd, 2019-10:44
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Delicious picture! [nt]

 
 By: amanico : November 22nd, 2019-10:54

There is a watch which exists...

 
 By: thegrailwatch : November 21st, 2019-08:09
Containing an original Zenith Cal 135, but with a new case, dial, and hands created by Thomas Prescher💪. I think it's one of the most beautiful watches which exists. Ownership and photo credit to doobooloo on IG. ...  

Ask and you shall receive 🙂

 
 By: thegrailwatch : November 21st, 2019-16:48
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Doesn't appear so [nt]

 
 By: thegrailwatch : November 22nd, 2019-08:12

I'm glad Thomas didn't gussy up the movement . . .

 
 By: Dr No : November 27th, 2019-16:33
. . . although he well could have. I'm all for re-purposing vintage movements into modern watches, particularly pocket watch movements, but when they're refined, modified, skeletonized or upgraded . . . not so much. Exceptions would include Kari's Longine... 

Spectacular ! [nt]

 
 By: Ron_W : November 21st, 2019-11:33

Now that...

 
 By: keks : November 21st, 2019-12:51
Is a stunner!