It was the 1950s when the Swiss watchmaker Eberhard & Co decided to conquer the sea and its mysterious depths. These were the years in which Eberhard & Co. presented its Scafograf collection, designed to be worn by the adventurous and sporty with a dynamic spirit and love of life. Enriched over the years, the collection was made up of steel models which were water-resistant to 100, 200, 300, 400, 750 or 1000 metres, with or without a rotating bezel and luminescent hour markers.
The Scafograf 300 incorporated all the main features required of a dive watch: automatic with a sturdy, shock resistant steel case (Ø 42.5 mm), a graduated black bezel to control elapsed dive time, a high-contrast dial with luminescent hands and markers and a stainless steel expandable bracelet; everything that intrepid divers and water-sports aficionados would need in the enthralling depths. The date at 3 o’clock - unusual for a dive watch - and the look of this model made it agreeably suitable for every day wear. The 300 in the name of this watch indicated the depth to which it was water-resistant.
Eberhard & Co. now presents a new edition of this model, reinterpreted in a contemporary way.
The name of the model, the central seconds hand and the dots can be white, light blue or yellow. The hours and minutes hands are also luminescent. Water-resistant to 300 m, the new SCAFOGRAF 300 has a screwed case-back personalised with an engraved starfish. The model comes with an integrated black rubber strap or a Chassis® steel bracelet with deployment clasp Déclic® (Patented).
Calibre ETA 2824-2
Mechanical, self-winding, date at 3 o’clock
Central seconds hand
Diameter of the case: 43 mm
Thickness of the case: 12, 60 mm
Case-back: steel, screwed, personalized with an engraved starfish
Bezel: in ceramic, rotating, unidirectional, with luminescent markings on the first 15 minutes scale
Water-resistance: 300 m, diving watch, with helium escape valve at 9 o’clock
Crown: in steel, screw-in , water-resistant, personalized “E”
Glass: sapphire, convex, anti-reflecting
Matt black, “galbé” with luminescent applied indices
Hands: hours and minutes: “baton-type”, “squelettes”, luminescent. The name of the model, the central seconds’ hand and the dots can be white, light blue or yellow
Integrated black rubber strap, personalized with the “E” shield, emblem of the Maison. The inside is characterized by small shields that allow good transpiration. Buckle personalised E&C.
Optional: Deployment clasp Déclic® - Patented
Bracelet: Chassis®, in steel. Deployment clasp Déclic® - Patented
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