For the airship the 1920s were the golden era and in cities like Berlin or Rome Graf Zeppelin or Umberto Nobile got talked about. Men's wristwatches at that time were mainly the watches of airmen and airships. You would have liked the Zeppelin 7134-2 of the LZ120 Rome series, firstly because of its elegance with its black dial, the almost black leather strap and the polished stainless steel case. An Art Nouveau design in a modern look. On the other hand, a Swiss-derived movement, the caliber 6004.D of Ronda, which has a gilded metalwork and 5 rubies as a warehouse. The maximum monthly time difference is 20 seconds. The Zeppelin 7134-2 is a product made in Germany and to top off the ranks of big aviation names, the great-granddaughter of Hugo Junkers is responsible for the production of this men's watch from Munich.