for a long time I have wished for a chronograph watch in my collection and I already had an eye on various models with Poljot 3133 caliber (a Russian ‘replica’ of the ETA Valjoux 7734 hand-wound caliber). When I was about to buy a Poljot Aviator with gold-plated 3133 drive I noticed a Zeppelin with ETA Valjoux 7750, which was not too far away from the Poljot Aviator.
Watches with ETA 7750 automatic chronographs are priced in a completely different league than the watches I have collected so far. That’s why I always had a lot of interest in the caliber, but never with a serious intention to buy it.
I’m not a friend of steel bracelets. That’s why I finally decided for a dark brown band (20mm mocha medium) which in my opinion fits really well to the model.
Model: Zeppelin CLASSIC LINE 7410-2
Caliber: ETA Valjoux 7750 Automatic Swiss Made 25 jewels with date and day of the week
Frequency: 4Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour)
Power reserve: approx. 44h
diameter: 40 mm
height: 14,6 mm
Glass: sapphire crystal and glass bottom
Year of construction: 2002
All components sit tightly in the factory. No rattling, hardly any noise emission through the sapphire crystals. The pushers for the chronograph can be operated with gentle pressure and compared to the other Zeppelin watches, the layout of the dial is almost discreet and noble.
So far I have not been able to detect any significant deviation in gait. Long-term average: -3.5sec/day.