Specialist Picks • 17 Sep 2021
3 Junghans Watches For 3 Different Lifestyles
Located in the heart of the Black Forest, Junghans has been making clocks and watches since Erhard Junghans founded it in 1861. Known for their minimalist form follows function design, artists and creatives have desired Junghans watches for generations.
Below, we present three different Junghans watches for three different lifestyles.
max bill Kleine Automatic
The max bill Kleine Automatic is for those who crave simplicity. Under its domed plexiglass scratch-resistant dial, Junghans reduces timekeeping down to its fundamentals. The self-winding movement calibre J800.1 displays the time and date and has a power reserve of 42 hours. Its matt white dial complements the black silk matt grey stainless-steel case and anthracite grey leather strap. Conveniently, the max bill Kleine Automatic is water-resistant up to 3 bar.
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Meister S Chronoscope Limited Edition
Decked out in grey and black, the Meister S Chronoscope Limited Edition is one of Junghans more sporty watches. The stealthy anthracite matt dial sports a tri-compax chronograph arrangement, with sub-counters measuring the seconds, 30 minutes, and 12 hours. The self-winding movement calibre J880.1 has a power reserve of 48 hours and employs the use of two rectangular chronograph pushers to start, stop and reset the chronograph. It comes on a synthetic rubber strap with a leather inlay and red stitching, and is held in place with a stainless-steel PVD-coated buckle.
Meister 1972 FIS Edition
The limited 1972 Automatic FIS Edition embodies the fascination with winter sports: A perfect combination of athletic dynamics and technical precision. Featuring solid stainless steel, screwed crowns and a striking crown protection shape the athletic silhouette of the timepiece. The second time zone is displayed on the inner ring, rotatable to both sides and exhibiting the red and blue colouring of the event’s logo. A design feature which lends the watch its sporty dynamic, while at the same time symbolising the world wide interest for winter sports focussed spellbound towards Oberstdorf.
The 1972 Automatic FIS Edition is characterised by it’s extraordinary durability thanks to the sapphire crystal with anti-reflection coating on both sides and a water resistance up to 30 bar. A 3-point shock absorber based on the classic archetypal Trilastic guarantees effective protection for the reserved self-winding movement.
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