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Product Details
Item number: 9750L62/63B60
Brand: Ebel
Style Number: 9750L62.63B60
Also Called: 1215795, 9750L62.63B60
Series: 1911 Discovery Chronograph
Style: Mens
Case: Stainless Steel
Dial Color: Silver with Black and Silver Guilloche subdials
Watch Bracelet / Strap: Stainless Steel, Brushed and Polished
Watch Clasp: Stainless Steel Deployant
Movement: Automatic C.O.S.C.
Engine: Ebel Automatic Caliber (base ETA 7750)
Functions: Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds (at 9), Chronograph, Date, Tachymeter
Crystal: Sapphire - Anti Reflective
Case Diameter: 43.0 mm
Case Thickness: 13.0 mm
Caseback: Stainless Steel, engraved
Bezel Material: Aluminum with black PVD coating (showing tachometric scale)
Bezel Function: Fixed
Water Resistance: 100m / 330ft (suitable for swimming and shallow snorkeling; unsuitable for diving)
Crown: Screw-down crown with Ebel Logo
Calendar: Automatic Day and Date at 3
Power Reserve: 48-hour power reserve
Watch Bracelet Length: 8.25 inches
Watch Bracelet Width: 20.0 - 23.0 mm
Additional Info: Three hand-applied chronograph counters and ultra-readable date/day displays. Protected by a sapphire crystal with anti-glare treatment on both sides that further enhances its sharp legibility. Sophisticated hand-applied hour-markers and aluminum tachometric scale on the surrounding bezel. Screw-lock crown. Super-LumiNova coating on hour and minute hands as well as the 12 squares on the flange, applied to ensure optimal visibility in the dark

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I like the one with the black dial and red bezel a lot with the all metal bracelet. Wish it was a little bit larger. Really nice bracelet and look.


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I had an Ebel, about 12-13 years ago. It was a smaller, dressy type watch (probably 36mm), but it was sharp to wear out for dinner.

It's nice to see them go up in case size these days. 43mm looks perfect for this design and a COSC 7750!

That's not a bad price for the name and the movement. :)
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