The 48.5-mm hexagonal stainless steel case of the Tekton Chronograph features satin finishing.
The construction of the case has incorporated sapphire crystals, screw-down chronograph pushers and a screw-down winding crown.
The originally designed bezel is worth special attention - it is polished along its bevels, and is decorated with screws.
The imposing, three-dimensional dial of the Ebel 1911 Tekton Chronograph shows time and chronograph functions. The dial reveals sections of the mechanism inside. The dial layout is the following:
- The chronograph minutes are displayed via the central indicator, traversed by the central red three-armed disc.
- The chronograph hours are shown in the rotating scale graduated from 1 to 12 at 6 o'clock.
- The small seconds are indicated by a small three-armed disc at 9 o'clock.
- The date function is presented in a small window at 3 o'clock.
- The hands and hour indices are provided with luminous strips to offer perfect legibility under any light conditions.
The Ebel 1911 Tekton Chronograph watch accommodates the Caliber 139 movement, an Ebel in-house self-winding mechanism. The movement was given the title of "Swiss Chronometer," having withstood 15 days of tests conducted by the Controle Officiel Suisse des Chronometres (COSC).
The Ebel 1911 Tekton Chronograph is secured to the wrist with an alligator strap fitted with a stainless steel deployant clasp engraved with the Ebel brand symbol. The timepiece offers 200-meter water resistance. Its launch is set for autumn 2008.
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