In 2006, the Eterna watchmakers decided to rework the Calibre 1504, dating from 1974, in order to create the current Calibre 3030. The refined, domed movement served as the basis. Only a minimal number of details were changed with the help of state-of-the-art technologies, and a large date display with two discs was added.
|Case fitting diameter:||30.0 mm|
|Vibrations per hour:||28800 v.p.h|
|Power reserve:||48 h|
|No. of jewels:||24|
|No. of ball baerings:||3|
Mechanical movement with automatic winding system, central second, indication of hours and minutes, big date and second stop.