Introducing: The Eterna Granges 1856 Collection
The Granges 1956 adds a major date complication to a generally essential time-just watch.
The Granges 1856 is a solitary watch that comes with a modest bunch of dial alternatives in addition to different ties and a wristband to pick from, so while the watches here look somewhat unique in relation to each other, they’re all very similar at their center. The watch’s tempered steel case is 42mm across and simply 9.8mm, giving it a lovely engaging profile. Notwithstanding the three focal hands, there’s a two-window enormous date complication at three o’clock (and on the dark dial form of the Granges 1856 the date plates are coordinated to the dial for a more smoothed out look).
It’s somewhat hard to find in the images here, however the Granges 1856’s dial is bended, which is essential for what assists this with watching stay so slim. It would appear that a beautiful delicate bend, and I’m getting it will intensify the luminous completions on the dials. You can likewise get the caseback of your watch uncommonly engraved, straightforwardly through Eterna, adding some customization past the dial and tie choices.
Powering this watch is Eterna’s own type EMC 3030.
The most significant thing about this watch however is the development. Inside is the type 3030, an in-house development planned and made by Eterna (who is additionally quick becoming a significant provider to more modest watch marks also). At 4.63mm thick, the 3030 is the most slender programmed development with a major date complication you’ll discover anyplace. The enormous date plates are uncommon in two different ways to make this conceivable: They’re put next to each other as opposed to having one sit on top of the other, and they’re likewise bended to coordinate the state of the dial and decrease thickness at the watch’s edge. Moreover, you can change the date whenever you need, forward or in reverse, without harming the type, and taking all things together it offers around 48 hours of force reserve.
At simply 9.8mm thick, the Granges 1856 is extremely thin for a 42mm watch.
It’s difficult to say without seeing the watch in the metal, yet the Granges 1856 appears to be a lovely compelling contribution from Eterna, particularly when you factor in the cost. A thin generally useful watch with a major date complication and an in-house development for around $5,000 is difficult to laugh at. Specifically, the blue and charcoal (which really peruses more champagne in the images here) dials are appealing. At 42mm, it’s somewhat bigger than I would have loved (39mm would make them sing), yet I’m retaining last judgment on that front until I get an opportunity to attempt one of these on.
The new Granges 1856 assortment comes with various distinctive dial and lash options.
The Granges 1856 comes in 10 unique styles: There are four dial tones (silver, dark, blue, and charcoal) and each is accessible on either a cowhide lash with a collapsing catch or a treated steel wristband, in addition to the silver dial is accessible with one or the other Roman or Arabic numerals. The entirety of the watches retail for $5,000 with a lash and $5,200 on an arm band. The most awesome aspect however – they’re accessible online straightforwardly from Eterna .