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CHRONO 4 130

To mark its 130th anniversary (1887 to 2017), Swiss watchmaker Eberhard & Co. celebrates and immortalizes the values and creations of the brand with the launch of the Chrono 4 130. Since the company was founded by Georges-Lucien Eberhard in La Chaux-de-Fonds – these values of craftsmanship, precision and mechanical expertise have made up the DNA of the Swiss brand whose name has become synonymous with tradition, constant research and innovation.

The Chrono 4 130 features a new 42 mm diameter case framed by a bezel with circular satin finish; the crown, personalized with the number “130”, is positioned between the two drop-shaped chronograph buttons. Three dial variants are available:

There are three dial versions available including grey with 4 grey counters with azure finishing and details in orange, argenté with 4 black counters with azurée finishing and details in blue and black with 4 black counters with azurée finishing and details in orange.

In all versions, the central soleil part of the dial is delimited by a diamantage-finished circle, while luminescent indices are applied on the outer azurée zone. Waterproof to 50 m, the case-back of the Chrono 4 130 is secured by 8 screws and features a central medallion in bas-relief with sandblast finish, personalized with the CHRONO 4 130 logo, where the 4 is raised. The model comes with a grey-black carbon strap.

Consisting of 130 pieces to celebrate the anniversary of the Maison, the Chrono 4 is also available as a limited edition. The steel case has the same dimensions as the standard edition but it houses a skeleton dial, argenté or black, which reveals the main plate and the wheels with DLC® finishing, protected by an upper bridge in a special sapphire glass that is 3 tenths of a millimeter thick, an element of highly complex construction.

A rhodium plaque, secured to the main plate by two screws, shows the name of the model and the historic trademark of Eberhard & Co., as used for the first wrist chronograph in 1919. The sapphire glass case-back provides a view of the circular oscillating weight, finished with Côtes de Genève and customized with the number 130. This edition also comes with a grey-black carbon strap.