$759.00 Excl. vat.
Assembled in Germany. 2 years warranty. Free world wide shipping.Show prices in:
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This is the 1972, a modern interpretation of an Eza diving watch from 1972. The Eza 1972 has a stylish appearance with its polished finish and thin case. Inside the 1972 you will find a Swiss automatic movement, caliber 2824-2, that is adjusted to six positions.
The complete package includes:
– Leather strap
– Rubber Tropic style strap
Swiss Calibre ETA 2824 Automatic, Ligne 11-1/2’”, 25 jewels, 28.800bph, 38-40 hour power reserve, adjusted by Eza Watches to six positions.
Automatic & manual winding, Display by means of hands: hour, minute, second. Stop second device, Shock-absorber for balance staff.
316L Stainless steel case with mixed brushed and high gloss finish. Case diameter 39.6mm, lug width 20.0mm, case thickness 11.95 mm, lug to lug 50 mm.
High gloss 316L stainless steel engraved caseback.
Hands and bezel filled with SuperLuminova™
Custom made for Eza domed sapphire glass with anti-reflective coating on the inside
Water resistant to 20 ATM, 200 meters.
Vintage leather and rubber strap.
Adjusted to six positions and tested.
Free insured shipping
We offer free insured shipping on all products in the Eza Watches webshop. Don’t worry we got you covered. All the risk is ours until you receive your package. The shipping time is between 2 and 4 days to Europe and 4 to 8 days to the rest of the world. You will receive a track & trace code by e-mail to follow every step of your package.
Do you want to receive your package super fast (2-3 days worldwide or 1-2 days in EU)? Then we charge you 20 $/€/CHF to share the shipping costs. Please note that customs is not always our friend and makes our life a little difficult from time to time. If so, we will do our upper best to get your package moving again as soon as possible.
If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with us. We will be happy to help you.
When you order your product from Switzerland or Europe, the VAT will be added during check-out. To these countries, we deliver DDP (delivery duties paid). This means that you don’t have to pay anything extra when you receive your package, we take care of the imports and taxes.
When you order from outside EU, we deliver our product DDU (delivery duties unpaid). This means that you don’t pay VAT in our webshop. When the package arrives in the country of destination, local customs might charge you taxes and duties on your product. This is your responsibility. In most countries you pay the same tax as on other products in your region. We can’t offer you information about every country, but below we can give you information about some countries:
USA: no duties and taxes for orders below US$ 800 (most orders are)
Hong Kong: no duties & taxes (you are lucky!)
Warranty & Returns
The standard warranty on all products is 2 years. However, if you buy a watch and fill in a 3-minute survey, you will receive one extra year of warranty on all your purchases! We use the information from the survey to keep improving our services. You can find this link here.
For all details regarding the Eza warranty, please see our terms and conditions.
All our products offer a 8 day return policy. This means that you can return your purchase (unworn) within 8 days after receiving your package.
Eza Watches are assembled in Pforzheim, Germany. This is the place where it all began for Eza. Pforzheim has a grand history in watch and jewellery making. Therefore it feels not less than right to go back to the roots of Eza. The experienced watchmakers assemble every watch by hand and then do the quality check technically and visually. When a part is only a little less than perfect, they will not use it. This is one of the ways to assure that only the best quality watch products arrive at our clients.
The story of this watch
Every watch has it’s own story and this is the one of the 1972. We have always been looking back to the history of Eza for the design inspiration of the brand’s watches. With this series, we went a step further. Instead of taking smaller design elements of previous Eza watches, we went looking for a real watch from back in the days. After a long search we found this diver watch all the way in Australia. It was owned by a collector who had two pieces, one with a blue and one with a black dial. We explained him our story and he agreed to sell us one. We took this watch and replicated it for the 1972 limited edition series . With the watch on this page, we took a lightly different path and created a watch with modern specifications very much inspired on the original piece. (read more about this below)
Vintage design, modern materials
This 1972 series is strongly inspired by the original Eza watch. With this as a basis, the watch has been enlarged to 39.5mm and all parts have been improved. So is the current case and crown made from highly durable 316L steel, the glass is a domed sapphire glass which is extremely hard and very scratch resistant. The bezel inlay is made from black ceramic which is also very hard and scratch resistant and doesn’t change colour over time in the sunlight. All these new materials made it possible to guarantee a water resistance of 200 meters. Inside the watch ticks the modern and durable ETA 2824-2 movement. All this together makes the watch very modern in its technical specifications but looks very much like a watch form the 1970’s.
The Complete set
If you decide to purchase this watch, you will get the following complete package. the watch itself with a black marbled leather strap including custom made EZA buckle. A piece of baker’s twine with a wax seal is attached to the strap. This shows that the watch is completely unworn when it arrives. The watch comes in a wooden box with black marbled leather on the outside. Inside you will find a black cushion with the watch. under this there is a custom EZA push-pin tool to change any straps or buckles. In the lid of the box houses a tropic style rubber strap with the same buckle as on the leather strap. Finally there is an envelop added to the set with the warranty certificate and a small card with the performance of the movement of your exact watch, filled in by one of the watchmakers in Pforzheim.