Eterna Super KonTiki Automatic Watch
Eterna Super KonTiki Automatic Watch
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The team colors for bumblebees, several big cats, and many more of nature’s most impressive creations, black and yellow are kind of a big deal. That’s why they’re the colors of choice on Eterna’s Super KonTiki watch Read More

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injurylawyer
10
Sep 26, 2020
How much were they being sold for? I know it is not available. Just curious.
fritzl
0
Sep 26, 2020
drop price $ 619, retail was € 2600, can be found for € 1800 at some official retailers. consider it was released in 2015. too much novelty, I assume.
digitalborg
119
Sep 25, 2020
I don't get it. I try to order and I cannot. It's already sold out???
PolzerJ1
4
Sep 24, 2020
Wasn't that colour combination (black/yellow) originally a limited edition of 888 pieces coming with 3 straps (leather, nato, bracelet) under the very same reference number 1273.43.41.1365 as the nato version here? https://www.ablogtowatch.com/eterna-super-kontiki-watches-baselworld-2015/ Why is there no pic of the back? Could sb shed some light here? If this is not the ltd edition, what's the difference apart from the strap options?
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fishstickxxx
218
Sep 24, 2020
hmmmm - not looking too buoyant......
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RayF
22794
Sep 25, 2020
Guess they should have bought Shield Atlantis’ for that trip!
fishstickxxx
218
Sep 26, 2020
My bad - the photo is of the papyrus boat the RA (1 or II) in either 1969-70 and not the Kon-Tiki of 1948. Both were helmed by Thor Heyerdahl. In grade school we saw the movie of the RA trip as part of class at the local theatre.
rsb1
5
Sep 24, 2020
Am I wrong that Eterna is the original owner/manufacturer of ETA movements? If so, why would this have a SW200? Otherwise - nice looking watch.
Ajpatel89
6
Sep 24, 2020
You are correct. Originally Eterna and ETA were the same company. But in the early 1930s Eterna had divided into two entities, a watchmaker called Eterna and a movement making facility called ETA SA. I believe the watchmaker company went out of business before being revived by Porsche Design. ETA SA was acquired by the Swatch group. Therefore, the recent Eterna watches are not the same as from last century.
RayF
22794
Sep 25, 2020
Thank you for addressing Rip Van Winkle’s question.
error404
18
Sep 24, 2020
Very good looking watch; SW200 is a downer though
PolzerJ1
4
Sep 24, 2020
I have a Maurice Lacroix with this movement - it is a very reliable workhorse
RayF
22794
Sep 25, 2020
I know, should have been a quartz Rhonda, right? Or maybe an Acutron?
Octoberprince78
66
Sep 24, 2020
I have to admit, I'm temped. Eterna is such an under-appreciated brand... Though their new Super Kontiki dials are well regarded too.
dotcat007
78
Sep 24, 2020
Sorry...no watch allowed on this voyage...we tell time the old-fashioned way.
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RayF
22794
Sep 25, 2020
You tell ‘em Thor!
ebodt
51
Sep 24, 2020
So close, yet so far away...
dat.guy.dere
31
Sep 25, 2020
How about... so close but 45mm away.