1936-Tazio Nuvolari drove his 12-cylinder Alfa Romeo for 300 miles on the Roosevelt Speedway in New York to achieve an extraordinary victory. Tazio and his Vanderbilt Cup were added to the history of racing.
2013-Eberhard & Co. adds a special watch to the Tazio Nuvolari–Vanderbilt Cup series, dedicated to the greatest victory of the legendary rider. The all-black appearance adds to this beloved sports watch A touch of elegance.
Eberhard & Co Tazio Nuvolari Vanderbilt Cup Collection ‘Naked’ Watch
Mechanical, self-winding, water-resistant chronograph with sapphire crystal. It is the first watch with black dial and white Arabic numerals in the Tazio Nuvolari–Vanderbilt Cup series. Its important technical details are inspired by the past, but left to us Interpret time.
Like other chronographs in the series, the chronograph button is coaxial with the crown, reminiscent of Eberhard & Co.’s coaxial chronograph from the 1930s. The case is lighter than previous versions because it has no back cover, which defines it as NAKED.
More familiar to sports enthusiasts, the term refers to a car without a body panel, making its motor clearly visible. Similarly, you can admire the exposed Vanderbilt Cup movement through the sapphire crystal caseback, which is also printed with Nuvolari’s autograph.
The 42 mm diameter round case is water-resistant to 30 meters. The watch has all the characteristics and exclusive features of the Eberhard & Co. Tazio Nuvolari – Vanderbilt Cup series. The dial is particularly eye-catching, reminiscent of the dashboard design of a vintage sports car. The dial is also marked with the initials of the legendary driver-TN.
Equipped with a high-quality, self-winding movement (30 rubies, blue screws, round finish, and Geneva corrugated decoration) to ensure a power reserve of at least 42 hours, this Eberhard & Co. new chronograph There are three classic hours, minutes and sweep seconds; Arabic numerals and hands are white.
The black leather strap contrasts with the white topstitch and E & Co. Custom buckle.
Source: DC-Agencies for Eberhard & Co