Due to Ebel’s unique architectural vision, the Ebel Classic Hexagon GMT Rose Gold watch focuses on geometrical shapes and smart play on perspectives. The timepiece is characterized by modern sophistication united with elegant chic.
The hexagonal monohull satin-brushed case of the watch is crafted in 18K-750 4N rose gold, measuring 45.4 mm in diameter. It demonstrates the alternating brushed and polished finishing. The case construction shows off five distinctive screws, fully integrated crown and sloping lugs, as well as a sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides. The watch is 50-meter water-resistant.
The watch houses a Swiss automatic movement, TechnoTime 651, providing the GMT and large date display.
The black galvanic dial of the watch demonstrates a refined and pure layout. It is completed with facetted diamond-polished hands and 12 hand-applied hour-markers. It reveals a hand-applied second time-zone counter embellished with “Clous de Paris” pattern. It is positioned at 6 o’clock and is characterized by perfect readability. You will notice a large date window at 12 o’clock, along with a hand-applied Ebel logo in rose gold.
The Ebel Classic Hexagon GMT Rose Gold watch is secured to the wrist with a hand-stitched black alligator leather strap fitted with an Ebel pin buckle in rose gold. The timepiece deeply impresses by its spacious harmony. A great timekeeping companion to accompany its owner to some exotic destination!
The Ebel 1911 BTR Perpetual Calendar Chronograph watch pays tribute to some architectural landmarks. In particular, the timepiece has been inspired by modern art museums, featuring large bay windows with a metal frame – an eye-pleasing interplay pattern of glass and steel.
The alternating slate grey and black skeleton dial of the Ebel watch allows one to see the intricate workings of movement beating inside. The timepiece accommodates Ebel prestigious proprietary Caliber 288, an automatic perpetual calendar chronograph movement. The mechanism has been developed, assembled and tested in Ebel’s own workshops in Switzerland.
The movement consists of 436 parts and is crowned with a double COSC-chronometer certification. The beauty of the mechanism is also revealed through the transparent case-back, with the Architects of Time “compass oscillating weight” , distinguishing Ebel proprietary calibers.
The timepiece provides a range of indications – for day-of-the-week, month, year and astronomical moon-phase functions. These are presented with help of the diamond-polished skeleton hands and matt metallic-coated sapphire crystal counters. The face of the watch is protected by a sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides to guarantee perfect readability.
The case of the Ebel watch is crafted in 18K-750 4N rose gold and measures 44.5mm in diameter. It is 100-meter water-resistant. The timepiece is coupled with an alligator leather strap with hand-sewn overstitching and fitted with an Ebel folding clasp in rose gold.
The 1911 BTR Perpetual Calendar Chronograph watch is available a limited edition of 200 pieces. The Ebel watch represents an impressive and timely reminder of the absolutely precious nature of time.
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