Eterna Watches For Men
Self-winding automatic movement - an Eco-friendly choice for discerning customer. Powered by everyday movement of your arm Automatic self-winding movement with analog display and anti reflective sapphire dial window Water-resistant Brown leather stainless steel case with grey dial Water resistant to 20 ATM / 200 meters / 660 feet : suitable for professional marine activity serious surface water sports and skin diving
Eterna KonTiki 7740.41.41.0280 42mm Automatic Silver Steel Bracelet & Case Anti-Reflective Sapphire Men's Watch
Eterna mens watch. Black stainless-steel case and black calfskin strap. Black dial. Swiss-quartz movemenet. Buckle closure. Water resistance of 200 meters.
Inspired by Thor Heyerdahl's legendary expedition across the Pacific, the KonTiki Collection continues this voyage with timepieces for the adventurer inside us all. In keeping with the original iconic designs, but with innovative materials and technology, the KonTiki Collection is designed for the bold and the brave for those who are not afraid to forge their own path.
Eterna mens watch. Silver stainless-steel case and black calfskin strap. Silver dial. Swiss-automatic movemenet. Buckle closure. Water resistance of 50 meters.
(Case of shape) oval face (Stock windshield) sapphire crystal (display type) analog display (case material) Stainless (Case diameter, width) 42 mm (Case thickness ) 10.8 mm (band material type) calf (band color) black (dial color) gray (movement) automatic
Eterna has a reputation for eclectic design and groundbreaking technical developments of Swiss watches. Among its innovations is a ball-bearing-mounted rotor for self-winding movements, which became a standard ever since. The five tiny spheres of this advancement in horology now symbolize the Eterna brand.
Selita caliber sw 200 automatic movement Dial displays the hours, minutes, seconds as well as the date Case diameter: 42 mm Polished stainless steel case Water-resistant to 165 feet (50 M)
The striking dial face combines practical features with a modest lesson in geography and lets this timepiece meet all the expectations one might have of a watch with this name. To begin with, legibility in the dark is enhanced by the luminous triangular area under the four numbered hours, while strips of luminous compound highlight the eight other hour markers. The centre of the dial bears an engraved outline of Raroia, the Polynesian atoll on which the KonTiki ended its fabled voyage in 1947. The case is built for exceptional robustness, with water resistance extending to 200 metres thanks to the screw-down caseback and screw-in crown.