Known as the “Architects of Time” Ebel brand designs are influenced heavily by architecture providing them with a boundless source of inspiration which they have been tapping for over 90 years. Always at the forefront of technology, in 1939 Ebel was the first watchmaker to use “Western Electric” precision evaluation system to test the precision of each timepiece. From 1939 to 1945 Ebel supplied the British Royal Air Force with watches and after the successful release of the highly praised Sport Classic collection in 1977 Ebel, was commissioned to design an elegant line of watches for Cartier.
With the New Ebel 1911 BTR (Back to Roots) collection, Ebel returns to its mechanical roots. The new designs are eye-catching, large in scale as is the modern trend, and replete with unique functions. This model offers fast date correction and a chronograph .
This watch features:
Case: 44.5mm diameter Stainless Steel
Dial: Black skeleton Dial with a view of the underlying Coates de Geneva finished movement plate. Dial with Large luminous index hour markers. Luminous Hands & hour markers.Half moon shaped 30 minute counter located at the top of the dial, rotating disc hour counter at the bottom of the dial. Small Seconds Hand recessed into the movement at the 9 o’clock position. Date Window displayed at the 3 o’clock position.
Movement: Swiss made C.O.S.C Ebel BTR Caliber 139 (322 parts, 27 rubies, 28,800vph)
Crystal: Scratch resistant Sapphire
Caseback: Sapphire Crystal Exhibition display
Bracelet: Black Crocodile Leather with deployment buckle