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Zenith Defy LED Twins

  1. watchthirst

    watchthirst May 31, 2016

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    Purchased these two unusual (at least to me as I have never seen them before) Zenith LED quartz watches hoping at least one would work (the one with the metal battery contacts intact), but nope, no luck at all.

    I've never dealt with quartz watches before and wonder if there is a collectors market for these? Is it worth repairing,or should I just cut my losses and sell for parts?

    I think they're pretty cool as I've never seen an analog/led watch. :)
     
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  2. watchthirst

    watchthirst May 31, 2016

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    Forgot the photos ::facepalm2::
     
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  3. rahilb

    rahilb Jun 2, 2016

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    That's a cool looking watch.

    I had a quartz Heuer fixed up, unfortunately the watchmaker was unable to repair the original movement, so a functionally identical replacement was fitted... If your movement can't be fixed that's the only way (of course), so it depends if a direct replacement is still available, and how much those cost.

    If your plan is only to flip them for profit, I probably wouldn't bother :)
     
  4. tomwatch

    tomwatch Sep 26, 2019

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    Hi, I am very new to this forum, actually I have registered today because of this your post. I also like the form of 70-ties Zenith LED watches, there are more shapes of this model out there. I have already two examples watches with rectangular case shape. One of my watches is working, the another not. I just want to ask, if you have suceeded to get your watches run? Thanks in adnace for your reply, Tomas