Although preserving the same basic dial layout with seconds sub-dial at 6 o’clock and the power reserve indicator at 9 o’clock, the watch is slighly larger in heft to accommodate the power reservve and achieve an overall more modern appearance.
The watch is powered by the reworked ETA Peseux 7001 hand-wound movement, squeezes in an add-on module that adds a power reserve functionality and provide some living space for the second spring barrel that houses a spring 125 centimeters (almost 50 inches!) in length.
The Eberhard 8 Jours Grande Taille, comes packed in an elegant 41 mm case, which is made either of 18-carat rose gold or surgical-grade stainless steel and features a cut-out on its solid case back cover to provide a view of its nicely decorated mainspring barrel with a figure 8-shaped bridge.
Sporting rather short lugs and a very compact setting / winding crown the time measuring device will probably feel very comfortable on a normally-sized wrist.
The timepiece is available in two dial versions, the first featuring Arabic numerals and the second, which is just a trifle dressier, coming with Roman numerals
8 JOURS GRANDE TAILLE – 20023.2
- 41 mm
- 30 m
- 19 mm
- Pink gold
- Hand winding
- 8-days power reserve
- Eberhard & co. Spring drive system – patented
- Domed sapphire glass
- Caseback fixed by 6 screws
- Porthole – sapphire glass
- Crocodile strap
- 18 ct. Pink gold buckle e&co.
- Deployment clasp déclic®
- In 18 ct. Pink gold – patented