Baselworld more all price segments, and in most cases, I think it is safe to say that “value for money” are some of the many brands for their version of 2015 in mind. This means lower model not only for the major groups, but also from high-end independent, lower prices which could mean $ 50,000 to $ 100,000. The message to us is that the market is not only concerned with the lower price models, but expensive watch can provide exceptional value.
Zenith Pilot Type 20 Extra Special Bronze
Zenith really got its entry-level priced pilot watch right this time. Last year’s Zenith Pilot Type 20 Extra Special watch was a great looking time-only version of the Type 20, but Zenith baffled consumers by including a Swiss Sellita automatic movement versus something produced in-house. For 2015, Zenith nails it with the new Zenith Pilot Type 20 Extra Special Bronze. The new 45mm-wide bronze metal case with the titanium caseback is excellent looking and wraps the vintage look in a case which feels both refined and a bit steampunk. Inside the Zenith Pilot type 20 Extra Special Bronze is an in-house made Zenith Elite caliber 679 automatic movement which the collection had served in the first place. Available later in 2015, the Zenith Pilot Type 20 Extra Special Bronze will be priced at $7,600.