Max Bill Chronoscope
Junghans is not like your different Swiss watch manufacturers. Nevertheless it feels extra mid-century, selecting to enjoy its German ancestry, the Bauhaus movement and founding father of the Concrete Art movement Max Bill, who lends his name to this blue chronoscope.
As with all items on this collection, the design of the mechanical max bill Chronoscope is very spectacular as a result of its concentrate on the bare essentials. This may be evidenced in the plain, minimalistic design of the dial. Relinquishing display of the small seconds creates a particularly striking symmetry.
Max Bill Chronoscope Technical Features
Calibre J880.2 automatic chronograph movement with 48-hour power reserve
25 jewels, 28,800 Vph
Hour, minute and second hands
Day and date window
Chronograph: 12-hour and 30-minute counters
Matte white dial
Luminous metal hands, black Arabic numeral and indices
PVD-coated stainless steel case
Crown for date and time adjustments and manual winding
Pin buckle-fastening grey-blue leather strap (Calf)
Case diameter: 40mm; case height: 14.4mm
Water resistance: 3 bar
Comes in a presentation box
Reference number: 027/4008.05
The German Watch
A Junghans watch is characterised by meticulousness, expert craftsmanship and creative nuance. Our designers combine inspiration and custom with the very best requirements of design. To make sure an ideal end product, creative and design processes go hand in hand. The precise dimensioning of all components ensures dependable production and manufacturing processes. And it isn’t simply the completed timepiece that’s subjected to an intensive high quality inspection, however every individual component – beginning with the realisation stage. Solely when all components have efficiently handed high quality inspection are they introduced collectively to create a Junghans. Because our passion is precision.
What started in 1861 with the founding of the corporate in Schramberg quickly superior to grow to be one of the crucial fascinating success stories of the German clock and watchmaking industry. Though the requirements of watches have changed over the course of time – the philosophy of Junghans has always remained the same.