My insight view of Zenith … Part 11 of 11 … Follow me on a tour through the Manufacture in Le Locle

... the mastermind CEO Jean-Frederic Dufour ...

The following last pictures are atmospheric pictures I took during my visit at Zenith in December 2012.

Let me arrived at this point also thank Maud Tiberti who guided me through the Manufacture in Le Locle.

Merci Maud!

 

I hope you enjoyed my tour! If you have comments or questions, don´t hesitate to wirte me an email.

 

… To enlarge my photographs to maximum size, please click on them once and then once again …

 

... Felix is everywhere ...
… Felix is everywhere …
... a poster of Felix Baumgartner ...
… a poster of Felix Baumgartner …
... BONJOUR! A colleague taking pictures for an other reportage with a very professional equipment ...
… BONJOUR! A colleague taking pictures for an other reportage with a very professional equipment …

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... how to cover a work bench with stile ...
… how to cover a work bench with stile …

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... Again Felix ...
… Again Felix …

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... the Zenith Logo ...
… the Zenith Logo …
... prices that have been rewarded to zenith recently ...
… prices that have been rewarded to Zenith recently …

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... a part of the watch collection of Zenith ...
… a part of the watch collection of Zenith …

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... the mastermind CEO Jean-Frederic Dufour ...
… the mastermind of Zenith: CEO Jean-Frederic Dufour …

 

 

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10 Comments

  • Simply outstanding! Very thorough and well-documented. Thank you Alexander.

  • Alexandra,fantastic article, I can now appreciate what went into the making of my Zenith Captain watch. Very nice photography, on a technical note, what camera and lens did you use? Thanks and well done.

  • A wonderful series on Zenith. I would love to read more on the techniques, technologies, and the history of other makers and the industry as well.

    Maybe you can even dive into some of the micro brands since they are great for daily wear entry level watches to ignite a passion for these mechanical wonders.

    Regards
    John

  • Everything you portraited smells history, passion, elegance, technology. Zenith is a fantastic manufacture and my favourite watchmaker: I cannot but thank you for this excellent report.

  • Thanks you Mr.Linz for this absolutely fascinating review of the Zenith manfucture. Seeing all these pictures and videos makes me really appreciate these time pieces even more than I already do. Looking forward to reading your future posts.

  • Excellent. Thank you and thanks to Zenith. They remain my favourite watch company and brand… We need companies like Zenith to remind us about the passion of watches.

    • Bruce, Dean thank you for your comments! There is MUCH more to come.

      I started the blog in German language at the last Baselworld show in March 2012 and due to the demand of many international readers who tried to translate my stories into English we now decided to change the language into English.

      I speak English, French and Italian and I do work hard to keep my languages at a good level …

      Anyway, I will do my best not to disappoint you!

      Thank you once again and stay tuned …

      Alexander

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