Ebel Classic 100 marking the centennial of a brand that shapes time to give it both body and soul.

To celebrate this momentous landmark, Ebel is presenting a new model inspired by its history — a history of blending experience, timeless style and refinement to create iconic timepieces.
A worthy ambassador of the memorable anniversary, the new Ebel Classic 100 bears the indelible imprint of the brand’s noble legacy. Issued in a limited series of 1911 pieces, the Classic 100 is endowed with a vintage design featuring a meticulously polished and polished instance. The effective sense of harmony exuded with this 40 mm diameter model reflects the soul of architectural innocence cherished by Ebel.
The classic round shape of this case is matched by a face distinguished by its controlled aesthetic. The leaf-shaped hour and minute hands glide over a immaculate backdrop, escorted with a blue sweep-seconds hand. Four applied baton-shaped hour-markers offer spatial points of reference, while the date looks in its original place at 3 o’clock. In tribute to the authenticity of a brand that has remained unwaveringly faithful to its roots, the original logo sets the seal over one hundred decades of excellence.
At once vintage and contemporary, the Ebel Classic 100 is intended for people who appreciate the essentials – as supported by its timeless mechanical automatic movement. This model, with its blend of functionality and emotional appeal, is rightly considered the heritage watch from the Ebel brand. A heritage that’s definitely destined to endure.

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Shaping time. Giving it soul and body. Instilling it with eternal values. They inspire an enduring fascination for age-old abilities and boundless enthusiasm for aesthetic elegance. They signify timeless and indelible incarnations of time since the ultimate raw material.
At the center of Ebel watches beats a incredible artistic signature, one which shares with the best architects a tireless quest for total perfection and beauty. One that honors know-how and ability. Founded in 1911 at La Chaux-de-Fonds by Eugène Blum and Alice Lévy, the Ebel brand has built its reputation on cardinal values uniting classical sophistication and sculptural designs with a passion for good craftsmanship and watchmaking mastery. As Ebel celebrates a century of presence, these pioneering values are preserved intact.
The sets are continuously reinterpreted and enriched over time with in-house motions and new models forming four modern and advanced lines: Beluga, Brasilia, Ebel Classic and 1911.