Since its inception 150 years ago, Zenith has had a pioneering role in the development and production of accurate, reliable and complex watches. Its founder, Georges Favre-Jacot, started a real revolution in the industry when he brought together all the professions related to the art of watchmaking in a single space and, consequently, discovered the very concept of manufacture. This integration decision brought all the knowledge and independence necessary to create unusual mechanisms that constantly undermined the assumptions of time measurement. Over time, Zenith watches have registered more than 300 patents and beat the absolute record of earned prizes in the area of timing, surpassing the 2300 distinctions. But the brand is distinguished not only by its technical revolution and innovation, but also by being intimately linked to the greatest milestones and great adventures in the history of mankind. It has accompanied historical figures who have left an undeniable mark on the collective memory - as in the case of one of the Zenith watches that followed Mahatma Gandhi throughout his life - or inspiring the heroes of every day to fulfil their destiny and to conduct their projects away from public view. In addition to appreciation for the object, they all share a common path in search of a place of freedom where anything is possible.