EBEL introduces the Videomatic watch, featuring one of the first automatic “à retort” movements.
The Châtelaine watch is launched. Evocative of the intricate design of a “Châtelaine” belt, this exceptional watch combines a delicate chain motif with a wrist timepiece.
Always championing the strengths of the watch industry, Charles-Eugène Blum becomes a key supporter of the “Communauté d’Horlogerie de Précision”.
EBEL further solidifies its savoir fair in Haute Joaillerie with “Premier Prix” at the Swiss National Exhibition in the jewelry watch category with a creation called Lune Etoilée.
Pierre-Alain Blum, the founder’s grandson, joins the company. Under his charismatic leadership, EBEL becomes a global presence in fine Swiss watchmaking.
The highly innovative Sport Classic collection marked by EBEL's inimitable wave bracelet is introduced. A captivating design, Sport Classic features a softly contoured hexagonal-shaped case. The fluidly integrated bracelet with its distinctive wave-shaped links radiates a sense of movement while offering an incredibly supple feel. The wave design becomes an EBEL brand signature.
The 75th anniversary of the brand is marked by many milestones including the launch of the 1911 line, the acquisition of “La Villa Turque” built by renowned architect Le Corbusier in La Chaux-de-Fonds, and the procurement of the patent for double folding clasps on leather strapped watches.
The introduction of the Beluga collection in stainless steel with diamonds represents a first in the watch industry for setting diamonds on a stainless steel case.