BaselWorld 2018 Preview: Eberhard & Co. Scafograf GMT Black Sheep

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    BaselWorld 2018 Preview: Eberhard & Co. Scafograf GMT Black Sheep

    Eberhard & Co.

    After the success of the Scafograf 300, first presented in 2016 and winner of the ‘Sports Watch Prize’ at the prestigious Geneva Grand Prix d’Horlogerie, followed by last year’s GMT version, Eberhard & Co. has chosen to make the ‘Scafograf’ even more captivating and exclusive with a special limited edition, the name of which conveys all the unconventional spirit of the new model: THE BLACK SHEEP.

    Dedicated to the gentleman who loves to express his personality and remain ever- faithful to his values, with all the determination of one who knows they are different by nature and shares that pinch of irreverence which is the key to their charm. When being a ‘black sheep’ means having tons of charisma and personality.

    The Scafograf Black Sheep will be made in 500 totally-black-look specimens animated by an automatic movement with a triple time zone function. Black dominates, starting from the 43mm steel case with its DLC® treatment, which provides this model with a decidedly sporting allure. The dial and two-way rotating bezel with ceramic insert and luminescent indices are also in black. The screwed case back is uniquely customised, featuring a stylised hemisphere with time zones and the engraved name of the model. The orange of the GMT hand and GMT lettering stand out proudly against the dial.

    100 metres water resistance, the Scafograf Black Sheep comes with a rubber integrated strap, in black, of course, personalized with the ‘E’ coat of arms, the emblem of the Maison. Also available with Chassis® steel bracelet, DLC®-treated.

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    Technical features

    Reference: 41040 - Limited edition of 500 pieces

    Movement: Automatic EB.ETA 2893 with soigné finishing, date at 3 o’clock. Central seconds hand, GMT hand
    in steel, with black DLC® treatment, diameter 43 mm, height 11,80 mm, case back in steel, screwed, personalised with an engraved hemisphere with time zones and the name of the model, bezel in steel, DLC®-treated, with a black ceramic insert, rotating, bidirectional with luminescent mark at 12 o’clock. 24h scale, wr 100 m

    Crystal: sapphire, convex, with an anti-reflective treatment on the inner surface

    Dial: black, galbé, with curved, applied indices, luminescent, GMT hand in orange, with luminescence. Hours and minutes hands, “baton-type”, squelettes, luminescent. Central seconds hand, luminescent.

    Strap: integrated rubber strap, in black colour, personalised with the “E” shield, emblem of the Maison. The inside is characterised by small shields that allow good transpiration. Buckle personalised E&C.
    Optional : deployment clasp Déclic® (Patented)

    Edit: I precise, Eberhard & Co. is not exhibiting at BSW this year. These are 2018 novelties (no BSW novelties)
    Last edited by stuffler,mike; March 20th, 2018 at 23:40.
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    Re: BaselWorld 2018 Preview: Eberhard & Co. Scafograf GMT Black Sheep

    Really dig this one

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    Re: BaselWorld 2018 Preview: Eberhard & Co. Scafograf GMT Black Sheep

    Like it as well. Only thing it is a bit high priced imo...

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    Re: BaselWorld 2018 Preview: Eberhard & Co. Scafograf GMT Black Sheep

    Looks good, but this is NOT a 3-timezone watch just like Rolex GMT Master isn't, either. If there is no second 24-hr scale on the dial, you cannot read 3 time zones without doing math, which defeats the purpose.

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