Ebel is a Swiss watch company that always commanded the utmost respect in the world of timekeeping due to the high quality of its chronographs. In fact, Ebel was the first brand used by the Royal Air Force. By selling its Calibre 137 to Ulysse Nardin in 2012, Ebel effectively announced its move away from its century-long tradition of making high-end mechanical watches for men. Instead, it appears to be concentrating on producing ladies’ models. The transition is not inconsistent with the brand’s history, Alice Lèvy, the lady of Ebel’s founding couple, was a design specialist who won many awards producing feminine watches that blurred the lines between horology and jewellery, a concept the brand has been echoing over the past decade.
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