After the success of the Scafograf 300 model, presented at Baselworld 2016 and winner of the “Sports Watch Prize” at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, Eberhard expands the line with a GMT version.
The Eberhard Scafograf GMT maintains the same lines of the Scafograf 300 but with a few technical differences.
The diameter of the stainless steel case increases from 42.5 mm to 43 mm and offers water resistance to 100 metres / 330 feet instead of 300 metres / 1000 feet.
Of course, the main difference consists in the triple time zone function that is operated via the position of the bezel and the central GMT hand. To power it, Eberhard chose the ETA 2893-2 calibre, a self-winding movement with ball bearing which beats at 4 Hz (28,800 vph) and guarantees a power reserve of 42 hours.
Slightly curved with galbé finish and luminescent hands and applied indices, the dial of the Eberhard Scafograf GMT is available in blue or black to match the ceramic insert of the bidirectional rotating bezel.
The screwed case-back is personalised with the engraving of a stylised hemisphere.
Completed by a black or blue integrated rubber strap with a large “E” shield on the outside and smaller shields on the inside, the Scafograf GMT (ref. 41038) has a retail price of Euro 2,980.