Johnny McElherron discusses the Zenith Heritage Pilot ‘Ton-Up’ Café Racer Spirit, a chronograph featuring the iconic El Primero movement, sporting a distressed appearance and celebrating the ‘Café Racer’ bikers movement of 1920s England.
Angus Davies reviews the Zenith El Primero 410 Tribute to Charles Vermot. This timepiece recognises the brave actions of a watchmaker based at the historical Manufacture in Le Locle. Harrods, the prestigious retailer in Knightsbridge, is holding an exciting exhibition which showcases the remarkable work of this exceptional maison.
Angus Davies reivews the limited edition, Zenith El Primero 410, a watch containing the legendary self-winding El Primero fully integrated chronograph movement. This particular model includes a full calendar and moon-phase indication.
The Zenith Pilot Montre d’Aéronef Type 20 was launched at Baselworld 2012 as part of a collection of aeronautical timepieces. The nomenclature of the watch is as extensive as the timepiece from Le Locle.