Ebel 1911 BTR 137 100th Anniversary Limited Edition

Ebel 1911 BTR 137

To celebrate Ebel’s 100th anniversary, the 1911 BTR 137 chronograph will be issued in limited editions of 100 pieces in 18k 4N pink gold and 500 pieces in stainless steel. The 1911 BTR 137 is powered by Ebel Caliber 137 which is developed, assembled and tested in the brand’s workshops and certified by COSC. Find complete specifications and pricing inside.

The case measures 44.5mm x 13.2mm, and the 322-part movement can be admired through a sapphire case back. The pushers are adorned with notched protective coverings and the screw-locked crown is stamped with the Ebel “Double E” signature. The dials feature applied hour markers and mother-of-pearl chronograph subdials with snailed central motifs.

The Ebel 1911 BTR 137 100th Anniversary Limited Editions are priced at $5950 in stainless steel and $26,500 in 18k pink gold. Technical details appear below the images, which may be enlarged with a click.

Ebel 1911 BTR 137
Ebel 1911 BTR 137

Technical Specifications

1911 BTR 137 – 100th Anniversary – Limited Edition

• EBEL Caliber 137, automatic chronograph movement
• Developed, assembled and tested in Ebel’s workshops in Switzerland
• Chronometer-certified by the COSC

• Material: 18K-750 4N pink gold or stainless steel
• Size: 44.5 mm
• Thickness: 13.2 mm
• Finish: alternating brushed/polished
• Water resistance: 10 atm
• Glass: sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides
• Crown: screwed-in
• Case-back: flat sapphire crystal
• Decorated oscillating-weight with antique Ebel logo and limited series number

• Silver-toned decorated dial with 9 hour-markers
• Mother-of-pearl subdials with snailed central motif
• Date at 6 o’clock
• Antique Ebel logo
• Diamond-polished faceted hands with Super-LumiNova

• Material: hand-stitched brown or deep blue alligator leather strap with white/off-white stitching
• 18K-750 4N pink gold or stainless steel EBEL folding clasp

• 1911 BTR 137 in pink gold : limited to 100 pieces
• 1911 BTR 137 in steel : limited to 500 pieces

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  1. Domenic Pellegrini

    I was told that the movement used in this watch has been sold to Ulysse Nardin. Can you verify this for me? Also, what is a reasonable price for this watch if one could be obtain used?



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