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Eberhard - Scafograf 300

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Designed in the 1950s, the Eberhard Scafograf 300 incorporated all the main features required of a dive watch: automatic with a shock resistant steel case (42.5 mm), a graduated black bezel to control elapsed dive time, a high-contrast dial with luminescent hands and markers and a stainless steel expandable bracelet. The 300 in the name of this watch indicated the depth to which it was water-resistant.

In 2016, Eberhard is now presenting a new edition of the Scafograf 300 housed in a 43 mm stainless steel case enhanced by an unidirectional rotating bezel in black ceramic with luminescent markings on the first 15 minutes scale.

The curved anti-reflections sapphire glass protects the matt black dial with date aperture at 3 o'clock. The baton hours and minutes hands as well as the applied indices are treated with luminescent material for better legibility even in poor light conditions.

The name of the model, the central seconds hand and the five-minute dots can be yellow, light blue or white.

Featuring a helium escape valve at 9 o’clock, the new Scafograf 300 has a screwed case-back personalised with an engraved starfish. It guarantees water-resistance to 300 metres / 990 feet.

Inside the mechanical ETA 2824-2 self-winding movement beats at 28,800 vph with a power reserve of around 40 hours.

The model comes with an integrated black rubber strap or a steel bracelet with a patented deployment clasp.

The price of the Eberhard Scafograf 300 (ref. 41034) with rubber strap is Euro 2,400.

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