|Model:||Titanium Carbon Fiber – LE 458/614|
|Material:||Ceramic, Titanium and Carbon Fiber|
|Size - diameter excluding winding crown:||47mm|
|Size - length including lugs:||50mm|
Sporty Wyler “Code R” ceramic and titanium limited edition 458/614 with round black dial. The watch comes with three sub dials with minutes at 3 o’clock, hours at 6 o’clock and seconds at 9 o’clock. The window for the date comes between 4 and 5 o’clock. The hands have a baton shape with orange/red colors. Hours are marked with a dot and minute small batons. The crown has the Wyler logo covered with a protector part and pushers at 2 and 4 o’clock. The case has a tonneau and curvy shape with screws. The back case has a sapphire crystal case with engrave outside “Wyler Geneve – limited edition 458 – 614 – 104 65 1 – Ceramic – Titanium- Carbon Fiber – Code R ECR”. The watch has an automatic movement with caliber 2894-2 and 37 jewels. The watch comes with a rubber strip and double clasp buckle signed Wyler. The watch comes with the box.
The Wyler watch company was founded in 1924, and the company prides itself on making extremely durable, if not unbreakable, watches.
Wyler presented its first 16 and 19-line precision movements to the public in 1927. The particularity of these was the Incaflex balance wheel, which was legendary at the time. The Wyler Incaflex balance wheel is protected along its diameter by two curved, elastic arms, which absorb any shocks to the balance wheel. In addition to producing his own caliber, Wyler also modified movements of other large-scale producers and sold these on to other watch companies. In some cases, the basic caliber was changed so much that the movements should actually be considered as Wyler caliber. In 1934, Wyler was the official watch of Italy's World Cup winning team. In 1937 the company caused a stir by launching a water-resistant watch that was not fitted with the conventional soft gaskets. The mineral glass was pressed in between the edge of the case and a pressed or screwed bezel, the gap between the winding shaft and the watch case was sealed hydraulically by fitting the winding shaft and bushing together, in the same material, to 1/500mm. Wyler gained worldwide notoriety with a spectacular marketing stunt in 1956, when two watches were dropped from the top of the Eiffel Tower and continued to function after the fall. In 1960 manual and self-winding models from the Incaflex range became the official railway watch of the Santa Fe Railroad. In 1972, the Wyler Watch Corp New York became a distributor for Eterna. The brand was reborn as Wyler Genève at Baselworld 2006, following a decision by the Binda Group to reposition it. At Baselworld 2007, the Wyler Genève Chronograph and tourbillons were presented, and in autumn 2007 the Wyler-Zagato watch was launched in conjunction with the Italian Atelier Zagato. The watch has an 8-day manual-winding manufacture movement.
Automatic movement with ETA caliber 2894-2, rhodium plated, with 37 jewels, 28,800 A/h and 42 hours of power reserve.
Diameter excluding winding crown: 47mm
Length including lugs: 50mm