Among the loyal users of calibre 5100 before it was discontinued by Swatch Group in the early 2000s, Eberhard occupies a special place because the company was the only brand to make use of two rare evolutions of this movement: calibre 5190 and calibre 5195.
Calibre 5195 was used in several "Diascope" models, based on the Champion, the Chrono Master or the Cheftain. It's specificity was to ditch day-date indication and have the 24 hour sub-dial repositioned at three, giving the dial a classic "compax" configuration.
Calibre 5190 was even rarer and dedicated to the "Mareoscope" models, giving them moonphase and tide indication, once again on a "compax" dial layout.
The watch here is the Champion Mareoscope (model ref. 31024), based on the more common Champion model. Like the laters examples of latter, its caseback is secured by 6 tiny screws. It has a screw-down crown and is in excellent cosmetic condition. Please note that it is sold on a Darlena black leather strap, and not on the alligator strap shown on the pictures below. The watch still has its original signed buckle.
Condition: Very good
Movement: Lemania 5190, a rare evolution of the famous calibre 5100
Crystal: acrylic crystal
Case: stainless steel
Dimensions: 37mm in diameter excluding crown and pushers, 15mm in height
Caseback: secured by 6 screws
Crown: screw-down crown
Dial: black dial with applied markers and telemeter scale
Strap/bracelet: used Darlena leather strap (not the one pictured below, which I am keeping) with the original signed Eberhard buckle
WR: 3 ATM
I am currently selling this lovely chronograph for 975 (wire transfer, or PayPal with a 2% fee), with shipping to Europe included in that amount. For other destinations, please ask me for a quote.