The case of the Eberhard Extra-fort Edition Vitree watch is crafted from 316L steel and measures 39 mm in diameter. It fascinates the glance by its harmonious lines. The case incorporates a convex sapphire crystal provided with interior anti-reflective coating, as well as a screw-down sapphire case back. The timepiece is 50-meter water-resistant.
Besides the hours, minutes, and seconds, the Extra-fort Edition Vitree provides the date, chronograph and tachometer functions.
The new Eberhard watch is available with a range of dials, including classic black or white, elegant chocolate and even “sport black” with red accents. The dial showcases rhodium-plated dauphine hands, applique “12” and hour-markers. The 30-minute and small seconds counters are positioned at 3 and 9 o’clock respectively, while the date window is found at 6 o’clock.
Watches.infoniac.com thinks it's great that true watch connoisseurs may admire the refined automatic movement beating inside the timepiece through the sapphire crystal case back.
The movement of the timepiece
- ETA 7750 - demonstrates elegant circular-graining extending nicely to the rotor. One more zest is the cap featured over the rotor’s bearing stamped with Eberhard’s “E” escutcheon. The cap is affixed nicely with two blued screws.
The Eberhard Extra-fort Edition Vitree watch is secured to the wrist on a black or “sport black” alligator leather strap or a steel Chalin bracelet.