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|Price:||$101,500.00 + $9.95 shipping|
|You Save:||$43,500.00 (30%)|
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Zenith|
|Dial window material type||hesalite|
|Case diameter||46.5 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||20 millimeters|
|Band width||23 millimeters|
|Movement||Automatic self wind|
|Water resistant depth||3300 Feet|
|Warranty type||Contact seller of record|
An extreme timepiece that defies the imagination and pushes the boundaries of luxurious style. Featuring solid but lightweight titanium construction and high-end features such as automatic movement, hesalite crystal and a deployment clasp place this watch in the all-time Pantheon of prestigious timepieces.
Zenith was created in 1865 by Georges Favre-Jacot, who, at age 22, was one of the first watchmakers to understand the importance of the principle of interchangeable parts.
It's said that one night after Jacot finished a movement he considered almost perfection he went out and looked at the stars and he felt the stars almost speak to him. He saw the gigantic constellation turning around the Pole star similar in the complexity to the movements of the pivots and the wheels on their axes. He decided then to call his new movement and its manufacture after the word that designates the highest point in the universe, ZENITH, the star was adopted as a brand symbol as it is still today.
By the time Jacot stopped working in 1929, Zenith had made watch history, winning grand prix medals for timekeeping precision at international expositions in Geneva, Paris, Barcelona, and Neuchatel.
In 1969, the company gained renown for introducing the world's first automatic chronograph movement, the El Primero. Oscillating at 36,000 alternations/hour, the El Primero was able to measure short intervals to a tenth of a second, an unsurpassed world record.
In 1995, Zenith launched a new generation of ultra-thin chronographs, the Elite, recently voted best mechanical movement by the professional press.
Since its beginning, Zenith has been recognized with more than 1,565 first observatory prizes in chronometry, making it the Swiss brand most rewarded for precision.
Don't like it at all don't buy, not the watch seen in the picture. It comes in a dark blue colorPublished 1 hour ago by Michael Christou
I was going to get this since the price has been marked down from $145,000 to $78,000 but I noticed that they charge $9.95 for shipping. For a watch? That is outrageous!Published 7 hours ago by JJ
Wow this watch was only $78k will my allowance if 100k a week i could still afford a new car bit my friend!Published 2 days ago by Evan
The seemingly high price is a necessary deterrent to keep away the profane and unworthy. The tremendous power this watch possesses can only be wielded by the righteous and/or... Read morePublished 8 days ago by David R Tilley
Holy moly this watch is the shiznak. It even wipes ur ass for u!Published 9 days ago by Samer Hachem
I bought the watch for my son. He's only 8 years old and wants to dress up as Darth Vader this Halloween. He needs an accessory for the costume and this watch was perfect!Published 14 days ago by J. Shellan
All I can say is WOW! Last weekend I was out playing a little poker with the boys in Dale's garage during that bad rain storm. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
I cashed in my 401K and took out additional school loans to pick up this watch. Totally worth it! I haven't actually worn it because I don't want to get watch-jacked, but it looks... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Amazon Customer