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After the phenomenal success of Scafograf 300, introduced last year and winner of the Sports Watch Prize at the prestigious Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, Eberhard & Co. continues its journey through the Scafograf world, this time with a stylish GMT version. The Scafograf GMT, an automatic steel model that maintains the same lines as its predecessor, the Scafograf 300, but has different technical features, starting with the case which has a 43 mm diameter and triple time zone function that is operated via the position of the bezel and the central GMT hand.

The bidirectional rotating bezel is made of steel with a ceramic insert and is available in black or blue depending on the version of the dial, which is proposed in corresponding colors. The finish is galbé with curved, luminescent applied indices. Water-resistant to 100 meters, Scafograf GMT has a screwed case-back, personalized with the engraving of a stylized hemisphere, and comes with a black or blue integrated rubber strap, with a customized E shield, the company’s emblem. Small shields also feature on the inside of the strap, providing good breathability.

The model is also available with a Chassis steel bracelet completed by a Déclic deployment clasp. The watch features a 2893-2 caliber ETA mechanical movement with automatic winding and has a date window at 3 o’clock.

Eberhard & Co, is a niche brand producing exquisite watches that are regarded as a benchmark for high-end mechanical watches and chronographs, and remains among the few independent watchmaking firms. In the past three decades, Eberhard & Co has been synonymous with passion, innovation, luxury and attention to detail and design. These values have defined the Maison ever since it was founded.

The brand is committed to offering impeccably made timepieces and upholding its personality and independent spirit, without abandoning the deep bond with its origins and the watchmaking tradition that lies behind them. Eberhard & Co is pursuing the development of accurate, reliable timepieces to be made available to the general public, particularly to suit sports such as diving and motor racing.