Zenith

More about Zenith

Founded in Le Locle in 1865 by the visionary watchmaker Georges Favre-Jacot, Zenith was quickly recognized for the precision of its chronometers. Desiring to create the most precise timepieces of his time and at the best price, he decided to group all the necessary trades in one and the same workshop. Since then, authenticity, daring and passion have guided Zenith in her desire to push the limits of excellence, precision and innovation. Zenith has left its mark on the history of aviation and space. Proud of its history, the Manufacture takes advantage of its rich past to better project itself into the future and fulfill its destiny. The flagship figure of Haute Horlogerie, the brand has no less than 1,565 awards or prizes and more than 50 mythical calibres. It is a sign of many innovations and remains inseparable from the El Primero chronograph caliber, the first chronograph equipped with a central rotor and the world's most precise mass-produced movement. The Zenith house today brings together more than 80 watchmaking professions under its roof.

Frequently Asked Questions

You can pre-qualify one of two ways: Complete an application by clicking "Join Us" under Check Your Eligibility on the Home Page or by selecting a watch and clicking on the monthly payment button.

Citizens Pay checks eligibility using a soft credit pull which will only be visible to you and will not impact your score or be visible to other potential lenders.

Applying for a Citizens Pay Line of Credit is easy. You will be asked to provide your: Full name, date of birth, social security number, permanent residential address, mobile phone number, email address, and annual income. In some cases, you may also be asked to provide a previous address.

Your purchases may be returned to us within 10 days of delivery. Only watches in perfect condition that have not been worn and in their original packaging can be returned or exchanged. All refunds will be credited in the same tender used for the original purchase. For more information, please visit our Shipping & Returns page.

Delivery times vary depending on the brand and the model. Usually, it takes an average of two to three business days for your watch to be shipped (subject to availability).

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