New Old Stock 1980s Zenith "Santos" 03.0010.116
Ref: 03.0010.116

New Old Stock 1980s Zenith "Santos" 03.0010.116
New Old Stock 1980s Zenith "Santos" 03.0010.116
New Old Stock 1980s Zenith "Santos" 03.0010.116
New Old Stock 1980s Zenith "Santos" 03.0010.116
New Old Stock 1980s Zenith "Santos" 03.0010.116
New Old Stock 1980s Zenith "Santos" 03.0010.116
New Old Stock 1980s Zenith "Santos" 03.0010.116
New Old Stock 1980s Zenith "Santos" 03.0010.116
New Old Stock 1980s Zenith "Santos" 03.0010.116
New Old Stock 1980s Zenith "Santos" 03.0010.116
New Old Stock 1980s Zenith "Santos" 03.0010.116
New Old Stock 1980s Zenith "Santos" 03.0010.116
New Old Stock 1980s Zenith "Santos" 03.0010.116
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Sale price
$642.00
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Specification

Reference : 03.0010.116
Movement : Quartz Zenith/Movado Cal. 11.5
Age : 1981/1990
Specific Age : Circa. 1980s
Case Size : 32mm
Case Thickness : 6.5mm
Lug to Lug : 37mm
Lugs :
 18mm
Condition :
 New Old Stock
Box & Papers :
 Box
Case Material :
 Chrome & Gold Plated
Warranty :
 12-Months Warranty

Points of Mention

This watch is sold with an original Zenith box, no original paperwork is provided. The watch comes paired with its original Zenith bracelet Zenith clasp. The watch is from Circa. 1980s and is in near "New Old Stock" condition. The watch comes with our 12-Months Warranty.


The Watch

Zenith was founded in 1865 by 22-year-old watchmaker Georges Favre-Jacot. Their manufacturing was based in Le Locle Switzerland. Famously Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen, who was the first person to reach the South Pole in 1911 and the North Pole in 1926, wore Zenith watches on his expeditions. In 1999 Zenith was purchased by LVMH (Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton) joining brands like TAG and Hublot. Zenith is one of the only Swiss manufacturers to still produce their own in-house movements. Their most recognised movement is the El Primero it was released in 1969, went into production in 1975, and was re-issued in 1986.

Here we have a New Old Stock Zenith Quartz “Santos”, As you can see the watch is reminiscent and clearly inspired by the Cartier Santos-Dumont. Its elegant square 32mm brushed stainless steel case gently slopes towards the lugs. Its 37mm lug to lug length ensures a comfortable fit on the wrist. The bezel is gold plated with a screw in each corner very much like a porthole on a ship. The flat square crystal has chamfered corners. The black dial has Roman numeral indexes marking the hours. A minute track runs around the center of the dial. At 3 o’clock a date window. On the reverse a snap-on case back. Inside a collaboration between Zenith and Movado Quartz Zenith/Movado Cal. 11.5, it has a quick set date. Fitted on its original 18mm stainless steel bracelet with an interesting geometric patterning and a signed clasp. The watch also comes with a Zenith box.


Personal Note

I have been fortunate enough to have sold a fair few New Old Stock Zeniths in the past thanks to a contact who had multiple stashed away, this is one of the final ones left and I'll be sad to see it go. This is absolutely perfect for anyone who loves Zenith and the Santos, mixing the two worlds all at an affordable price point. Don't wait on this one!