Founded in 1865 by its fastidious owner, Zenith, represented the pinnacle of watchmaking perfection. Georges Favre-Jacot and his company was one of only a few watchmakers that manufactured complete watches. He produced these watches using up-to-date machinery and tools that he built himself. Zenith has garnered more than 1,500 international watchmaking awards and continues to produce wristwatches of distinction. Stainless steel case, brown leather strap, pin buckle, silver sunray dial, sweep second hand, date at the 6 o'clock position, antireflective-sapphire crystal, swiss automatic movement, water resistant to 50 meters/ 165 feet.
Silver-tone watch featuring white dial with date window, blue seconds hand, and rose gold-tone hands/indices
40 mm stainless steel case with antireflective sapphire dial window
Swiss automatic movement with analog display
Crocodile leather band with tonal topstitching and buckle closure
Water resistant to 50 m (165 ft): In general, suitable for short periods of recreational swimming, but not diving or snorkeling.