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  • Ebel Voyager with world time function in stainless steel<br>with caliber 124
  • Ebel Voyager with world time function in stainless steel<br>with caliber 124
  • Ebel Voyager with world time function in stainless steel<br>with caliber 124
  • Ebel Voyager with world time function in stainless steel<br>with caliber 124
  • Ebel Voyager with world time function in stainless steel<br>with caliber 124
  • Ebel Voyager with world time function in stainless steel<br>with caliber 124
  • Ebel Voyager with world time function in stainless steel<br>with caliber 124
  • Ebel Voyager with world time function in stainless steel<br>with caliber 124

Ebel Voyager with world time function in stainless steel with caliber 124

Brand:Ebel
Model:Voyager
Year:Late 1990’s
Material:Stainless Steel
Size - diameter excluding winding crown:39.5mm
Size - length including lugs:45mm
Condition:Very good
Box:Yes
Paper:Yes
Price:$1,795

Ebel Voyager with world time function in stainless steel with caliber 124

Iconic Ebel Voyager watch with round dial with the world map in grey and ocean in black. The watch has an inner ring with the 24 GMT and an outer rotative ring with 22 major worldwide cities and the GMT red arrow. The window for the date is at 3 o’clock. It is a “T Swiss T” model. The hands are white with baton shape. Luminous are good. The watch has a screwed crown. It is a screwed back case with engraved outside “Voyager Automatic Water Resistant 200m / 66 feet – 34518134 – E9124341 – Stainless Steel – Swiss”. The watch has an Ebel automatic movement with caliber 124 and 21 jewels. The watch comes with a stainless-steel bracelet and double clasp buckle with 6524CH reference. The watch comes with an original Ebel box

History

Ebel (Eugene Blum et Levy) was registered in 1911 in the town of La Chaux- de-Fonds. Within 1 year, Ebel offered a watch and then a collection for the 1914 for the National Swiss Exhibition including wristwatches, pendant-watches and ring watches. In 1929, Eugene and Charles Eugene with Marcel Reuchel, the watchmaker at the time, installed disciplined production control, quality assurance and a watertight system of checks. New clients came like Vacheron Constantin. Ebel also made wristwatches for the American market under the Paul Breguette name. In 1961, the company launched the “President” and the caliber 059. The real fame started in 1971 and by 1975, the company won the contract for the production of Cartier watches. Ebel also created the line “Sport Classique”. In 1982 came the “Sport Automatique” chronograph with Zenith “El Primero” movement. In 1999, Ebel became part of LVMH and then in January 2004 was acquired by the Movado Group

Technical details

Automatic Ebel movement with caliber 124 with 21 jewels and 28,800 A/h. On the base of the ETA 2892 GMT.

Measurements

Diameter excluding winding crown: 39.5mm
Length including lugs: 45mm

Price: $1,795