The DLC treatment was initially used by the Eberhard Company on its special edition Chrono 4 Temerario. The treatment process has received an international patent. Due to the treatment, the hardness of steel gets extremely improved, worth to be compared with that of the diamond. The DLC treatment also provides the surface with a reliable protection from scratches and humidity.
The originally curved chronograph push-pieces, the screw-in crown and the buckle of the strap are also given the DLC treatment.
The stealthy appearance of the Eberhard watch is further enhanced by a black dial completed with contrasting red accents - the numerals on the tachymeter scale, the counter hands and the seconds hand, and the small date window outline.
The Eberhard Chrono Traversetolo Noir Limited Edition watch is equipped with the same automatic movement housed by the previous variations. The Valjoux 7750 chronograph movement, beating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, gives an advantage of a 48-hour power reserve.
The robust caliber provides continuously running small seconds and a quick-change date display. The 12-hour and 30-minute totalizers and the thin, red chronograph hand in the center present the chronograph function, while an inner tachymeter dial flange allows the watch's wearer to easily calculate average speeds.
The sapphire crystal case back allows true watch aficionados to admire the beauty of the mechanism, fully decorated in circular grain Cotes de Geneve. The specially decorated rotor reveals the brand's elegant 'E' emblem crafted in 18K gold.
The Eberhard Chrono Traversetolo Noir Limited Edition watch is secured to the wrist with a strictly black smooth rubber strap.