Zenith Dress Watch

Zenith Dress Watch

Yeah, we know it – we’re spoiled.  I mean, how many guys get to turn a hobby they are truly passionate about and into their career? 

Ok, so we probably keep more watches than we should and aren’t terribly effective at making this venture really profitable or anything…but we do get to play with truly awesome timepieces every day and chat about them with some really great people - and that right there makes the whole thing worthwhile.

One factor that we feel differentiates the analog/shift approach to vintage timepiece dealings are that we remain true to our roots.  It wasn’t always Red Subs and Döppelchronos for us, and we remember what we were into when we started off on this crazy journey.  Not only that, but we still love those pieces, and are now in a position to help others find really great ones to get you on your way.

We know from personal experience just how difficult and treacherous collecting vintage watches can be, and we use that garnered knowledge to help steer others along a safe path.  We also know that the expense of some wristwatches can be intimidating.  Fortunately, collecting vintage watches doesn’t have to be a terribly expensive venture in order to be a rewarding one!  Although you’ll see plenty of extremely rare timepieces coming through our site and social media, we make it a priority to always offer timepieces across the spectrum of pricing – and for what its worth, many of the most affordable pieces are also the most interesting.

This lovely gold plated Zenith is just such a piece.  With crisp, symmetrical lines and a simple, elegant dial layout with gold hands and Arabic hour markers, there is really nothing not to like.  Dating from about the mid 1967s, it features an in-house manual winding movement – a hard thing to find in a sub-$1k Swiss watch.  Fully vetted and serviced by our master watchmaker, you can rest assured that a budget price does not mean a junker watch. 

Whether you’re looking to start a collection or are looking for a great value on a classically-styled daily wearable dress piece to add to the rotation, don’t miss out on this little beauty!



Gold plated case is approximately 35mm (excluding the crown). Zenith Calibre 2572 manual-winding movement.

Overall condition: Case is in outstanding original condition, with only a few small blemishes from light wear. Original dial and hands are in stunning time-capsule condition. Original steel case back and signed crown.

Includes 17mm black genuine lizard strap with steel hardware.

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