In 1911, Eugene Blum took his initials and his wife's family name, Levy, to coin "Eugene Blum Et Levy" - EBEL. In 1914, just three years after its formation, the brand won a coveted gold medal at the Swiss National Exhibition. The family company has been successfully producing sought-after wristwatches ever since. Their sleek lines, streamlined curves and integrated cases and bracelets are among the most noteworthy. Stainless steel case, Silver dial, Luminous hands and hour markers, Small seconds subdial, Chronograph feature (hours, minutes, seconds), White rubber strap, Fold over clasp, Swiss automatic movement (Caliber 126), 42 hour power reserve, Anti-reflective scratch resistant sapphire crystal, Water resistant to 50 meters/ 165 feet.
Stainless steel rectangular case
Silver chronograph dial
White rubber strap
Water-resistant to 165 feet (50 M)