Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Eberhard & Co Contograf Automatic Watch

Eberhard & Co Contograf Automatic Watch



In 1960, Eberhard & Co. presented an automatic chronograph that would become an emblem of its era thanks to its innovative attributes combined with remarkable precision: the Contograf. Over the years, its twin counters, its broad instant-jump date window, as well as its water-resistant pushers have established the watch as an indispensable daily companion. Eberhard & Co. now celebrates this legendary chronograph through a new Contograf. While most of the original identity codes have been preserved, such as the minutes counter also measuring the phone clicks that used to occur every three minutes in the 1960s, vintage details rub shoulders with some interesting novelties. The Contograf 2014 is thus equipped with an elegant ceramic rotating bezel as well as the Chassis® metal bracelet completed with its patented Déclic folding clasp.

Movement
Mechanical automatic 8147 calibre on an ETA 7750 base movement
Functions
Hours, minutes, seconds, date, chronograph, tachometer
Case
Steel, 42 mm Cambered anti-reflective sapphire crystal Back engraved with the inscription “Tribute to Contograf – 1960s” Water-resistant to 50 metres (5 bar /165 ft)
Dial
Black or white according to the version Tachometric scale on the inner bezel ring Luminescent hands and hour-markers Trapeze-shaped date window at 6 o’clock
Bracelet/strap
Chassis® steel bracelet with satin-brushed and polished links or black leather with red arrow detail

Eberhard & Co Press