Ebel 1911 BTR 137 100th Anniversary Chronograph Watch - Serene Strength

Oct 10, 2011
The house of Ebel has released its new 1911 BTR 137 100th Anniversary chronograph watch. As the novelty’s name implies, it pays tribute to the 100-year history of the brand.

The new Ebel watch comes with the choice of two versions: pink gold and stainless steel. Their issue is limited to 100 and 500 pieces respectively. The case measures 45 mm in diameter and is 13.2 mm thick.

At 3 o’clock, it features an impressive screw-locked crown, embossed with the brand’s double E emblem. The crown is joined by two chronograph pushers, covered with a notched protection. The model handles the depth of up to 100 meters.

Enclosed in the case is a function-packed, yet perfectly balanced light-toned dial. Equipped with applied hour-markers, it tells central hours, minutes and chronograph seconds. The small seconds are displayed in a counter at 9 o’clock.

This sub-dial along with a 30-minute chronograph totalizer at 3 o’clock and a 12-hour chronograph counter at 6 o’clock is done in mother-of-pearl and boasts a snailed central motif. The hands in the counters are blued or gold-toned. The display of the new Ebel 1911 BTR 137 100th Anniversary chronograph watch also offers a date indication at 6 o’clock.

The timepiece relies on a manufactory made caliber 137 movement, entirely executed in the brand’s workshops and officially certified as a chronometer by the COSC. Composed of 322 individual parts, the caliber is visible via the sapphire crystal case-back.

The new Ebel watch is attached to a dark-toned leather strap, which further enhances the serene strength of the dial. The strap is finished with a folding buckle.

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