Eberhard & Co. Scafograf GMT

written by YWH team 7 April 2017
Eberhard & Co. Scafograf GMT
Quick specs Eberhard & Co. Scafograf GMT
Price: € 2.980 | approx. $ 3,200 | approx. £ 2,600
Size: 43 mm
Reference: 41038
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The Eberhard & Co. Scafograf GMT is the successor of the Scafograf 300 from 2016 and features three times zones. Which might be very useful when traveling a lot.

You can choose between a blue or black version, both with matching rubber strap or a steel bracelet. The bidirectional bezel matches the color of the dial too. It is a steel bezel with ceramic insert.

The third time zone on the Eberhard & Co. Scafograf GMT can be a little diffusing


The first time zone of the Eberhard & Co. Scafograf GMT is shown by the regular hands. That could be the time zone where you are. The second time zone is indicated by the central GMT hand, in white for the blue model and orange for the black model. And the third time zone is indicated by the bezel. Reading that might be a little diffusing but we believe you will get used to that.

Inside the Eberhard & Co. Scafograf GMT is the ETA caliber 2893-2, a reliable automatic with a power-reserve of 42 hours.

technical data Eberhard & Co. Scafograf GMT
ETA 2893-2 | Automatic | Diameter: 25.60 mm / 11½ lignes | Thickness: 4.10 mm | Frequency: 28,800 vph (4 Hz) | Jewels: 21 | Stop second device | Hours, minutes, seconds, date, GMT | Power-reserve: 42 hours
Case & dial:
43 mm | Steel | Thickness: 11.80 mm | Bidirectional steel bezel with ceramic insert in black or blue | Screwed steel case back | Screw-in crown | Sapphire glass, convex, with an anti-reflective treatment on the inner surface | Black or blue dial with galbé finish | Curved, luminescent applied indices | Luminescent batton-type hands, GMT hand in orange or white | Water-resistance: 10 ATM / 10 bar / 100 meters / 330 feet
Black or blue rubber strap or steel bracelet | Steel deployment clasp
Price Eberhard & Co. Scafograf GMT:
€ 2.980 | approx. $ 3,200 | approx. £ 2,600

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