For the presentation of one of its latest creations, Eberhard & Co.
takes a walk down memory lane.
It was the 1950s when Eberhard & Co. decided to take on a challenge that has, from time immemorial, always fascinated men – the sea and its mysterious depths. The brand presented its Scafograf collection, designed to be worn by the adventurous and sporty with a dynamic spirit and love of life.
The Scafograf 300 incorporated all the main features required of a dive watch: automatic with a sturdy, shock-resistant steel case, a graduated black bezel to control elapsed dive time, a high-contrast dial with luminescent hands and markers and a stainless steel expandable bracelet.
The new Scafograf 300 is a mechanical, self-winding diving watch, with a 43 mm steel case, a unidirectional rotating bezel in ceramic, with luminescent markings on the first 15 minutes scale, curved sapphire glass and a helium escape valve at 9 o’clock. The “galbé” black dial has luminescent applied indices and the date at 3 o’clock.
Source: Europa Star TIME.BUSINESS/TIME.KEEPER Dec. 2016 - Jan. 2017