Ebel was established in 1911 in La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland. The name was coined after its founders, husband and wife Eugene Blum and Alice Levy. One of the most decorated watch brands in the industry, Ebel expresses time through a unique architecture, unrivaled craftsmanship, and superb engineering. The Ebel Type E, for example, is highly recognized for its E-shaped rubber or steel links fitted to an 18k yellow gold or steel case measuring 25mm to 42mm. A Swiss quartz mechanism animates the dial with its basic hour and minute hands or additional seconds, date, and chronograph functions. Featuring an anti-reflective sapphire crystal, several variants of Ebel Type E are available with precious diamonds. Classic and contemporary at the same time, the watches in the Ebel Type E series provides two water resistance options of 30m and 100m.