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Zenith Watches have become a symbol of revolutionary design and impeccable precision. The Swiss watchmaker has been in the business for more than a century and continued coming up with new innovations in the watch manufacturing. The pedigree of the Zenith watches in the high-end watch market is well established due to its in-house manufacturing techniques and complex movements produced in them.

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Checklist for the Highest Value of Your Watch Selling

For Rolex Watches:
  • Full set of original accessories (box, certificate, booklet, etc.)
  • Bracelet has not been adjusted
  • The date of guarantee card/ certificate is within 2 months
  • No visible stratches
For Other Brands:
  • The date of guarantee card/ certificate is within 6 months
  • Full set of original accessories (box, certificate, booklet, etc.)
  • The additional parts are in good condition
  • All bracelet links are included
For unused items:
  • The date of guarantee card/ certificate is within 3 months
  • The name on the certificate is the same as the seller's name
For Other Brands:
  • The date of guarantee card/ certificate is within 6 months
  • Full set of original accessories (box, certificate, booklet, etc.)
  • The additional parts are in good condition
  • All bracelet links are included

  • ※Don't worry if your watch does not fullfill all of the above, we welcome watches in different conditions too. Feel free to contact us for the evaluation first.
  • ※The condition of your watch can significantly affect its value. We can only confirm the buy-in price after personal inspection.

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History of Zenith Watches

Zenith was founded in 1865 by Georges Favre-Jacout. The company started off with the name “Georges Favre-Jacot & Cie”. Georges Favre-Jacout was a 22-year-old apprentice in the watch industry, who started the company with the vision of bringing the complete manufacturing process of watches under one roof. Today, Zenith is one of the few watch manufacturers who produce their timepieces entirely in one manufacturing unit. In 1899 the manufactures launched their first pocket watch which led to Georges Favre-Jacout winning a gold medal at the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1900. In the year 1911, the manufacturing plant adopted the name ""Fabrique des Montres Zenith"". It was the year 1915 when the company decided to produce wristwatches. The company continued to produce handcrafted chronographs over the years to come and in 1948 it came up with Caliber 135 movement. The renowned movement featured small second movement and earned the company 235 awards across various events and exhibitions. The company produced other such movements in the following years and established itself as a leading player in the high-end watch market. In 1969, the company came up with El Primero, its most famous and the first automatic movement in the history of watch manufacturing. In 1994, the company came up with its ultra-thin automatic elite movement. The year was 2000 when Zenith came under the LVMH luxury group. In 2012, the company made history when Australian skydiver Felix Baumgartner wore the Zenith watch while breaking the sound barrier in his skydive from a space capsule. The company continued coming up with new models and complex movements in the year to come and celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2015.


Factors that Make Zenith Watches Valuable

The Zenith chronographs are known for their handcrafted and completely in-house manufacturing. From start to finish, every zenith watch spends nearly 8-10 months in the plant where it is diligently crafted and goes through various quality tests. The Zenith watches have been trusted companions of people embarking on an adventure. The timepieces by Zenith can withstand changes in temperature and pressure. Even if you are flying with the supersonic speed at a high altitude, the precision of the watches remains consistent. These features are admired by watches lovers and enthusiasts all over the world. The El Primero chronograph is the most famous watch by the brand. The intricate craftsmanship and high-grade precision of the watch are next to none. The watch incorporates precious materials like alligator leather, scratch-resistant sapphire, and sturdy stainless steel. Apart from stainless steel, there are other precious metals that have been used in this watch to give it a luxurious look.


The Market of Pre-Owned Zenith Watches

The pedigree of the Zenith watches in the high-end watch market is well established due to its in-house manufacturing techniques and complex movements produced in them. The numerous high precision movements produced by the brand have established a place in the heart of the watch lovers. The high precision and quality materials used in production have readily increased the resale value of the watches of zenith in the second-hand market. The Zenith El Primero Chronomaster is one of the most famous models of Zenith in the pre-owned market. The watch is famous for its automatic movement with sapphire crystal and a 40-mm steel case. Zenith El Primero Chronomaster Platinum Watch is one of the most expensive references for this collection. The watch has a 45-mm platinum case with sapphire crystal, leather bracelets, and silver dials.


Things to Notice Before You Sell Zenith Watches

First, get your watch evaluated by an expert to choose the appropriate resale value of the watch according to its condition. Getting the watches quality tested and certified by a reputed testing laboratory increases the market value of the watch. You should keep the papers of the watch ready with you before you put it up to get quotes from dealers. The papers include the warranty card of your timepiece, buyer’s receipt and the user manual related to any servicing or maintenance performed on it. The papers and the original box also help in establishing the authenticity of your watch. A Zenith watch can give you a hefty return on investment if you can choose an appropriate resale value and point of sale for your watch. You can choose a local dealer, online platform or choose to auction your watch to get in getting a profitable deal.

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