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Precision and style combine in Eberhard & Co.’s Scientigraf Chronograph

Eberhard & Co. released a stunning upgrade to its antimagnetic watch.

Eberhard & Co Scientigraf watch

Bridging the gap between past and present, the chronograph version of the renowned anti-magnetic Scientigraf model, originally unveiled in 1961, stands as a testament to Swiss watchmaker Eberhard & Co.’s timeless legacy.

What sets it apart, however, isn’t just its chronograph functionality, but a remarkable “Faraday cage” discreetly nestled within its case. This cage, crafted from soft iron, shields the watch from the omnipresent electromagnetic waves of our modern lives, preserving the timepiece’s precision characteristics.

Eberhard & Co Scientigraf watch

The screw-locked case-back faithfully replicates the iconic 1961 model’s design, featuring the emblem and inscriptions that harken back to the anti-magnetic tests conducted in La Chaux-de-Fonds.

It comes with a steel Chassis bracelet that features the brand’s iconic shield emblem.

This unique piece not only tells the time but seems to defy it as well.

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