- As one of the most extraordinary designers of the last century, the architect, painter, sculptor and product designer Max Bill left behind an extensive life's work, including one of the most fascinating watch collections of recent decades.
- Polished stainless steel case (38 mm in diameter, 10.5 mm thick), Screw-in case-back
- Polished anthracite-grey dial, Luminescent hands and Arabic numerals, Sweep second hand
- Convex hard plexiglass with enhanced scratch resistance coating, Swiss automatic movement, Calibre J800.1, Power reserve of 38 hours
- Water resistant to 3 ATM/30 meters/99 feet, Brown calfskin leather strap with stitching, Pin buckle, Fits up to an 8.5 inch wrist, Made in Germany
Junghans - Schramberg, 1861
Creative inventors brought greatness to south-western Germany and the precision engineering industry of the Black Forest. Innovative ideas also brought technological changes to traditional watchmaking. This gave rise to companies that still set international standards to this day. In the 19th century they were already exporting their products throughout the world. One such company was Junghans. Founded in 1861 by Erhard Junghans, the company grew rapidly and was soon making history not only in the fields of clock and watchmaking, but also of industry and architecture. By 1903 Junghans was the largest clock manufacturer in the world. In 1961, the year of the company's centenary, 20,000 clocks and watches of all kinds were produced each day by 6,000 employees, using 10,000 machines, with the output exported to 100 countries.