Job well done!
Job well done!
TAG Heuer Carrera Tachymetre V2015.BA0786 | Rotary Evolution EGS00001-TZ1-04 | TW Steel Canteen TW6 | Seiko Military-Chronograph SNDA27P1 DBS042 | Seiko Quarts Chronograph | Nixon "The Murf" (Black) | Invicta 2771 Terra Military "Lefty" | Invicta 8926OB | Parnis 50mm U-Boat Flightdeck Homage
Since I am a new member of the WUS community, I had not seen this thread. I am glad the thread has re-emerged so that I could read it! Well done to you for your craftsmanship and to Zenith for truly taking care of their admirers and collectors! Great story and thread!
- Jaeger LeCoultre Master Control Ultra Thin
- Longines Heritage 1954 Chronograph
- Baume et Mercier Classima
- Tag Heuer Aquaracer Quartz
- 1948 Omega Bumper Automatic
- Seiko SNZH53
- Seiko Orange Monster
- Swiss Army Officer
Gone but not forgotten:
- Omega Speedmaster Professional "Moon Watch" 3570.50 cal. 1861
- 1969 Omega Speedmaster Professional cal. 861
- Omega Geneve
- Breitling Colt Auto
- Tag Heuer Formula One Grande Date Lume Dial
- Kadloo Ocean-Millenium
- Swiss Army / Victorinox Ambassador Automatic
- Oris Automatic
- Tissot Automatic
- Orient Mako
- Steinhart Ocean
wow.....just got the link to this story from another site!!
Love this story. Very impressed by both your skill and Zenith's response. It's amazing that you are only 18! I see a bright future ahead for you.
Enjoy your special watch!
Omega Seamaster Pro 2254.50
Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 2504.50
Omega Speedmaster Date 3513.50 w/black bezel swap
Halios Seaforth Gen 3 Pastel Blue Fixed Bezel
Halios Seaforth Gen 3 Sunburst Grey Fixed Bezel with DLC Case
Ball Fireman Racer
Ball Engineer II Ohio
Glycine Airman 18 GMT
Seiko SARB017 Alpinist (Sold)
Archimede Pilot M
Dan Henry 1970 40mm
Maratac Mid Pilot (Sold)
Minorva Flying Tourbillon Moonphase (For Sale)
Sea-Gull M172S (For Sale)
Citizen Blue Angels Ltd Ed Navihawk JN0040-58L
Citizen Alterna World Time Chronograph VO10-5760B (JDM)
Casio G-Shock G-7710
Casio G-Shock DW5600BB
Casio Pathfinder PAW500T-7V
Hi Mick, this is à truly amazing story, I think you could play à major part in THE future of watchmaking! It is very inspirational to see somebody as young as you accomplish something like this, if only more young guys and girls would show some of your determination, passion and focus.
I'm proud to be Dutch, please keep up THE good work!
"Don't count the days but make the days count."
Kind of stumbled into this thread, and what a discovery it was! Great description of a restoration, and highly inspirational.
Perhaps, for the uninitiated, could you Mick, write something on why the El Primero is vastly superior in its time, and even
up to now? Thanks,
Read this. A must read for everyone interested in El Primero, Zenith or watches.Originally Posted by dunrovin'
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Just read this again for the second time - probably my favourite thread I've seen on this site. And now you've started your own company - good for you!
fantastic restoration -- and also it says quite a lot about Zenith -- they have always been one of my favorite companies, and are even more so now!
how inspiring!!! Im your fan at an INSTANT!!!
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