Zenith Pilot Type 20 GMT Luxury Watch Review


The Zenith Pilot Type 20 GMT pays tribute to the manufacture’s grand heritage of aviation instruments. This dual-time aviator’s watch is a 48mm ode to the great Zenith “Montre D’Aeronef” of the 1930s. Huge cathedral hands trace a sprawling dial that evokes the first aviator’s watches and the daredevil pilots who carried them.

A second time zone can be followed via the independent 24-hour hand with skeketonized red tip, and it can be adjusted with only a push of a large GMT adjuster button at ten o’clock.

For good measure, Zenith’s neo-vintage Type 20 GMT is provided with immense swaths of Super LumiNova luminescent material that blazes in low or no-light conditions. The colossal “onion” crown ensures easy access to winding and setting, but it’s most impressive advantage may be the 100-meter (330-foot) water resistance that it affords the Type 20.

The automatic-winding Zenith Elite caliber 693 packs a 50-hour power reserve and in-house pedigree for impeccable timekeeping.

See this impressive and evocative Zenith Pilot Type 20 GMT in high-resolution images on www.watchuwant.com.

Video and content by Tim Mosso.



such a GORGEOUS Watch. been in love with it since it came out.

is that a new Strap design ?. it should be a breeze to change.
the little slot on the back is a good idea. it allows access to the spring bar without scratching the Lugs.
someone told me that in order to swap Straps, you have to unscrew the Lugs (like in the Panerai Radiomir) i guess he’s wrong.

thanks for sharing . great demo..

Roelf van der Merwe says:

That’s the sexiest lume that I have ever seen!

Jason Wilson says:

the slash in the zero is the GMT hand

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