Ebel 1911 Discovery

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1911 Discovery is a chronograph by Ebel.

With the series 1911, originally introduced in 1986 at the 75th anniversary, Ebel is celebrating a big comeback in the men's watches area. As the "little brother" of the 2006 reinterpreted range Ebel 1911 BTR, now provided with exclusive Ebel calibres, the 1911 Discovery now presents itself sportier, more dynamic and contemporary.

The series 1911 Discovery includes a total of five models. With its COSC-certified automatic ETA calibres the new models meet the quality claim of the "Architects of Time". In addition to the chrono function the watches offer also a day-date display (day of the week plus date).


Calibre ETA 7750, 28,800 A/h
Self-winding chronograph movement
COSC certified chronometer
27 jewels
Power reserve 44 h


Stainless steel or steel/gold 18K-750 3N
Ø 43 mm, height ? mm
Finishing: alternately satin-finished/polished
Sapphire crystal with anti-glare treatment on both sides
Sapphire crystal caseback
Screw-in crown and pushers
Black aluminium tachymeter scale on the bezel
Caseback with engraving „Discovery“
Waterproof to 100 m


Black or silvered
Galvanised with 12 manually applied hour hands, indexes and counters
Superluminova luminous coating on hours and minutes hands


Hours, minutes, seconds, day of week, date
Chrono seconds
Rapid calendar advance
Tachymeter scale


Stainless steel bracelet or steel/gold 18K-750 3N
Varianten: hand-sewn calf leather strap / black rubber strap
Ebel folding clasp