The production of Zeppelin timepieces is handled by the German company POINTtec, previously known for producing advertising collections for various corporations, including Bosch and Volkswagen. In 2000, POINTtec signed a licensing agreement with the Luftschiffbau concern, which owns the rights to the Zeppelin brand. Each of the individual men's Zeppelin pieces is treated uniquely, as expressed by the differential numbering of each model. Each of them has the German company's logo engraved on the dial, as well as on the side of the neckline, alluding in design to the silhouette of an airship. All men's Zeppelin watches have been kept in the classic form of analog timepieces, typical of the interwar period, with a slight aeronautical reference. The timepieces operate on the basis of both quartz and automatic mechanisms, often certified as "Swiss Made"; moreover, many pieces are equipped with date and chronograph dials. There are models in versions with a leather strap and steel bracelet, while the glasses are made of either sapphire or mineral material.
Timeless Zeppelin men's watches
A number of collections have been created among Zeppelin men's watches, varying in style and functionality. The limited edition "100 Jahre" was issued on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of German airships, so it is characterized by an extremely classic form, while also the traditional LZ127 series refers to the famous aerostat, known under the same name LZ127 Graf. A memory of another airship, the LZ129 Hindenburg - widely known for its tragic history - is the LZ129 watch collection. Zeppelin men's timepieces complement the Flatline, Night Cruise, Transatlantic and Nordstern lines.