At the heart of the Bauhaus Movement is simplicity, geometry, and functionality. It’s with these guiding principles that Junghans has earned the slogan “The German Watch." The Max Bill Chronoscope is a chronograph with two subdials, a domed crystal, and slim hour markers and lumed pips. Meanwhile, the Meister Chronoscope takes inspiration from the world of racing for an automotive twist on the Bauhaus classic. Each watch is fitted with a Junghans movement, an acrylic crystal, and a stainless steel case.
Note: At checkout, choose the Max Bill Chronoscope 027/4500.45 (base price), 027/4003.44 (base price), 027/4501.01 (- $100), 027/4502.00 (- $100), 027/4600.00 (- $100), or 027/4601.00 (- $100); or the Meister Chronoscope 027/4528.45 (base price), 027/4121.45 (base price), 027/4526.01 (- $100), or 27/4120.01 (- $100).
Founded in 1861 in Schramberg, Germany, Junghan’s has surely earned its slogan. Established in Southwest Germany in the Black Forest—an area historically known for its innovative pedigree—Junghans has evolved over time to consistently lead and stay ahead of trends in the watch industry. Today, it’s faithfully run by the Steim family, whose commitment to bringing together traditional workmanship and state-of-the-art technology has breathed new life into the age-old brand—a dedication that can be seen in every timepiece that bears the Junghans eight-point star.
Max Bill Chronoscope
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Estimated ship date is Oct 17, 2018 PT.
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