Introducing: The Eberhard Scafograf GMT (Live Pics & Pricing)

Introducing: The Eberhard Scafograf GMT (Live Pics & Pricing)

The Eberhard Scafograf GMT

Eberhard has chosen to extend the assortment interestingly by including a GMT along with everything else. It’s a clever little complication for jumpers who appreciate plunging with their mechanical watches, however do it matched with a jumping computer, or another expert gadget – or for the individuals who like jump watch styling yet needn’t bother with the usefulness of a planning bezel.

Since you need to eliminate the hour long bezel to fit a 24-hour ring, you certainly shouldn’t jump with this GMT jumper alone. Notwithstanding, it’s really a beautiful valuable complication, taking into account how far many travel to arrive at outlandish waters.

The watch estimates 43mm on the wrist, which isn’t really awful at all comparative with other present day divers.

Eberhard is offering the new Scafograf with either a dark or blue dial. The dark rendition seen here comes with an orange GMT hand, while the blue form comes with a solitary orange line at six o’clock. Something else, the hands and records are unaltered, and the date window stays at three o’clock. The instance of the new Scafograf is made out of hardened steel and measures 43mm, the two of which are equivalent to the first Scafograf 300. The development inside is a measured GMT from ETA. It’s a programmed development running at 28,800 vph in 21 gems, covered up for this situation by a strong caseback. Eberhard ensures the watch water safe down to 100 meters.

The treated steel arm band includes a unique clasp.

The declic in the vacant position.

And the shut position.

The new Scafograf is offered on two elastic tie choices, in blue and in dark, for $3,880 and on a tempered steel arm band for an extra $820. The wristband includes a licensed bolting gadget, a déclic organization fasten which guarantees an additional degree of security.

The Scafograf GMT has a shut caseback with a movement themed engraving.

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