2011 Was a Great Year for Ebel

2011 wasn’t just any regular year for Ebel. 2011 marked the 100th anniversary of the Ebel brand. To commemorate this spectacular event, Ebel released a new luxurious design known as the Ebel Classic 100 and the Ebel 1911 BTR 137. Ebel is known for maintaining its classy chic style throughout the history of the brand. To continue the tradition, Ebel has incorportated its same simple elegance into the Ebel Classic 100 and the Ebel 1911 BTR 137.

Ebel Classic 100
Ebel Classic 100

This watch is a very sacred treasure to own being that it is limited edition. Ebel only made 1911 Classic 100 watches. Ebel was established in 1911, defining why the company chose to only make that many pieces. The silver dial has the original Ebel logo written across it enclosed by a polished silver case. The case measures at 40 millimeters, making it a decent average size watch for most men. The round face sticks to the brands true identity: pure and trendy. The dial contains silver leaf shaped minute and hour hands as well as a blue sweeps second hand. No numerals are displayed, however there are four evenly spaced applied baton shaped hour markers to guide one to the current time. A great feature of this watch is that it has a little date window by the hour three.

Valued for its mechanical automatic movement, the Ebel Classic 100 makes the perfect gift for any man with fine tastes. Its classic beauty makes this time piece perfect for events and meetings and even vacations!

Ebel 1911 BTR 137 Stainless Steel
Ebel 1911 BTR 137 Stainless Steel

Another new design that Ebel released to celebrate their 100th year anniversary is the Ebel 1911 BTR 137. This watch is also limited edition, making it extremely rare and unique to own. This watch comes in the chronograph style. This time piece is available in either pink gold or stainless steel. Only 100 pieces were made in the pink gold style. 500 pieces were made of the stainless steel version. The original Ebel logo is also displayed across the dial of this particular watch as well. There is a small date window located by the hour six. This dial contains no numerals, however, the second, minute and hour hands point to surrounded applied hour markers to tell the current time. The screw down crown is also a great feature that ensures its owner water will never makes it way inside of the watch.

Ebel worked very hard to keep the simple luxury style that their brand has been presenting for years while working to design the Classic 100 and the 1911 BTR 137. It’s safe to say that Ebel succeeded.

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