The Aquadate collection from Eberhard & Co. now includes a new chronograph version, which the Swiss watch brand designed to increase the offer of one of its popular timepieces.
Animated by a calibre that is proven to be robust and reliable, Aquadate Chrono remains true to the aesthetic codes of the time-only version, starting with the bezel decorated with knurls.
The dial, available in different colours, is enriched with “vagues-droites” decoration and the shield – symbol of the Maison – at 12 o’clock. As anticipated by the piece’s name – “Aquadate” – the date window at 6 o’clock is easy to read and the piece is water resistant to 100 metres.
Eberhard & Co. has opted for a case measuring 41 mm, in line with recent trends regarding size, while the bracelet is the “Charme” type also featured in the three-sphere version.
Ever since its foundation in 1887, creating chronographs has been a crucial mission for Eberhard & Co. This commitment has been marked by historic successes, such as the Extra-fort collection, created in the 1940s and still fashionable today, and the construction of the first and only chronograph with 4 counters in-line: the Chrono 4.
Model: AQUADATE CHRONO
Automatic winding mechanical chronograph, calibre 13’’’ ¼
2 counters: 30-minute chronograph at 3 o’clock – small continuous seconds at 9 o’clock)
Seconds-counter hand in the centre
Date at 6 o’clock
Diameter of the case: 41.00 mm
Depth of the case: 14.10 mm
Distance between spring bars: 20.00 mm
Case back: polished, secured with 8 screws, with engravings.
Water resistance: 100 m
Crown: in steel, screw-in, water resistant, personalised with an embossed “E”.
Bezel: satin-finish steel with polished side.
4 applied knurls (at 12, 3, 6, 9 o’clock) with polished finish, bas-relief polished indices
Push buttons: in steel, “goccia” style.
Glass: sapphire, with anti-reflective treatment on the inner surface
– Black, with black counters
– Silver, with silver counters
– Blue, with silver counters
Vagues-droites decoration, luminescent indices and points, shield with “E” in steel, applied at 12 o’clock.
Date window at 6 o’clock
Hands: “baton” type, skeleton, luminescent hour and minute hands. Seconds-counter hand in the centre.
In steel “charme” type with satin and polished finish