Eberhard & Co. say that they designed Aiglon Dame specifically for young, modern women. It is smooth and minimalist, with a fairly wide bezel, and an uncluttered dial. The case is 35 mm in diameter and 10 mm thick, with a water resistance of 50 metres. It is made in several different versions, based on steel, and some with 18k gold plating in which the gold colour is genuine because the system uses real gold at a relatively high thickness (as opposed to a PVD finish which may not always use real gold). The crown is screw-down and branded with Eberhard’s “E”. The bracelet is nicely designed, in steel or steel and gold-plating.
The watch is powered by the Sellita SW200-1 movement, self-winding, running at 28,800 vibrations per hour (4 Hertz), with a power reserve of 38 hours. The movement provides the date and so Eberhard & Co. created a date window at 6 o’clock. I think that the watch would have looked better without: the window cuts into the printed markings on the minutes scale. But it is nicely finished with a thin metal frame.
The watch below is reference 41035.02, in steel, with a grey dial with a central soleil-finish area, an Arabic numeral at the 12 position, and applied indices with luminescent dots. Chablis bracelet in steel. Price €1,630.
The watch below is reference 41035.05, in steel, with a blue dial with a central soleil-finish area, and applied indices with diamonds. Chablis bracelet in steel. Price €1,990.
The watch below is reference 42035.01, in steel with 18k pink gold 5N plating. The mother-of-pearl dial has a floral motif. The hour markers are applied, with cabochon diamonds. Price €4,150.
The watch below is reference 42035.06, in steel with 18k pink gold 5N plating. The mother-of-pearl dial has differentiated finish (smooth and azurée), applied hour markers and luminescent dots. Price €3,760..