Zenith with a burnt champagne dial and high frequency caliber (36000 A/h).
This funky 1970s stainless-steel watch from Zenith is super cool. It has a heavy, brushed stainless-steel tonneau-form case with "original signed bracelet". The dial is a gorgeous burnt champagne color with day and date display. Furthermore, there is the "AF/P" marking at six o’clock; this stands for “Alta Frequenza Precisione,” meaning that this watch has a high frequency. Throw in a center seconds and you’re good to go. This is an example of a super cool Zenith with an unusual look.
Year: Circa 1970s
Case Serial No: 026 E 341
Material: Stainless steel
Dimensions: 38mm diameter excluding crown x 45mm lug-to-lug
Caliber: Zenith Automatic Caliber 405 - 36000 A/h - Quickset date
Bracelet/Strap: Its original Zenith signed bracelet band stainless-steel bracelet. It fits up to 21.5cm wrist-size
Lug Width: 22mm
This watch is in very good condition with minimal signs of aging. The case, back and original band are well preserved and has only minimal signs of use, and the dial looks great. The bracelet has not lost its shape and is not stretched out. Original crystal only has a few scratches (esp. on date window, see last photos). This is an unusual vintage Zenith that looks great on the wrist.
→No box & paper.
The watch will be shipped via Express Courier to worldwide with a tracking code. Delivery time is only a few days* for Europe and approx. 5-7 days* for other countries.
Please, be aware of customs duty. Customs duties are the buyer's responsibility and beyond the control of sellers.
*Estimated business day.
- *Burnt Champagne* Defy AF/P
- Case material
- Original Steel Band
- Analogue wristwatch
- Shipped Insured
- Worn & in very good condition