Zenith El Primero movements are mythical and extremely well built. The present model is honest with its original bracelet. The watch works well and was acquired by the previous owner from an other known Canadian dealer. The watch has a later replacement smaller crown, the watch is original otherwise. 


*** The pictures may show the reflexion of the camera lens, black spots mostly ***




Make: Zenith

Model: El Primero

Reference: 01 0210 415

Year: 1970s

Material: Stainless Steel

Dimensions: 36mm

Crystal: Mineral Crystal

Movement: Automatic

Bracelet/Strap: Diametris Band

Lug Width: 18mm

Box/Papers: No/No

Zenith El Primero 3019PC 01 0210 415 Chronograph


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