Introducing the Eterna Lady KonTiki Diver It’s hard to find a women’s watch with a sporty soul and reasonable price. Unfortunately, the range is fairly limited. Eterna has spotted the gap in the watch industry and this year has unveiled a 100% ladies’ version of one...

Introducing the Eterna Skeleton Special Edition After slightly struggling in recent years, Eterna has pulled out all the stops for its 160th anniversary. The Granges-based company split in two in 2012 (Eterna and Eterna Movement) and has been delving back into the past with a trick...

Eterna – Super KonTiki Chronograph Almost 70 years ago, Norwegian Thor Heyerdahl (1914-2002) and his five-man crew crossed the Pacific Ocean reaching the atoll of Raroia in 101 days. They sailed from the Peruvian coast to Polynesia on board a balsa raft inspired by American Indian...

Could the Artena community in Italy’s Roman province, famous for its archaeological digs which found items from Ancient Rome, have had an influence over Eterna? The brand founded in Granges in 1856 has always been inspired by human adventure, exploration or ancient gods to design...

Inspired by a 1947 expedition to reach the Peruvian coast from Polynesia on board a wooden raft, the KonTiki was born in 1958. Four years later the Super KonTiki diver’s watch made its appearance in the Eterna watch collections. A little over five decades have...

Let your imagination run wild for a minute and think about the name Adventic. Doesn’t it sound like a mixture of adventure and technique which, in your mind’s eye, broadens your horizons and whisks you away on new experiences and voyages? Sometimes all it takes...

On the eve of the Second World War, military aviation was growing fast to become a new weapon. Major technical advances brought us fighters and bombers including the infamous Messerschmitt B109 (Germany), Mitsubishi A6M (Japan) and Supermarine Spitfire (Great Britain). The Czechoslovakian air force also...

1947: a raft made out of balsa trunks bound by rope carried 6 men in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. They set off from Peru and took 101 days to reach the Polynesian islands. The raft was called "Kon-Tiki" ("sun god" in ancient dialect)...