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Zenith is without doubt one of the world's leading watch manufacturers. Founded in 1865, the company has never stopped innovating both technologically and from a human perspective.
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At the origin of Zenith

Georges Frave-Jacot, a precociously accomplished watchmaker, wished to reinvent the methods of production: in 1865 he built the first factory where all the trades came together, breaking with the system of établissage that reigned at the time.
At the origin of Zenith

The brand's universe

Combining precision and innovation, Zenith offers five collections: the robust Defy, the emblematic Chronomaster, the elegant Elite, the inimitable Pilot and of course the heritage with the Icons collection.
The brand's universe

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A propos de Zenith

Pursuing perfection


The Zenith manufacture was created in in 1865 by Georges Favre-Jacot, who wanted to unite the watchmaking trades under one roof: to unite forces instead of dividing the work of manufacturing. It was in Locle that he took root and set up workshops in vast buildings flooded with light. In 1896, Mr. Favre-Jacot won the gold medal at the Swiss National Exhibition, then first prize in the chronometer competition at the Neufchâtel Observatory in 1903. It was at the beginning of the century and following the creation of a movement that he considered to be the most perfect, that he named this movement, and then the factory, after the highest point in the universe: Zenith. It was not until 1920 that the Zenith brand released its first wristwatch.

Zenith El Primero


Zenith, driven by the desire to achieve perfection, quickly gained an international reputation for its watches with unparalleled precision. The creation of the El Primero movement consolidated the legend: the first self-winding chronograph in history saw its production stopped in 1970. Saved by the head of the workshop Charles Vermot, the development of the legendary movement could be continued in 1984.