When can a watch collection justifiably be called Meister? When it has retained its fascination and form over the course of decades. When technology and design are combined with character. This is the case with the mechanical watches of the Meister collection, which were first produced in the 1930s, with their heyday in the 1950s and 1960s. Numerous calibres were developed in Schramberg during this time. The most sophisticated of these were fitted to the Meister watches. From 1950 onwards Junghans also produced wristwatch movements in chronometer quality; by 1956 the company was already the third-largest producer of chronometers in the world. 1957 saw the appearance of the first automatic chronometer calibre J83, one of the finest of its kind anywhere. The Meister legend lives on in our new models. They are an homage to the design and technical achievements of that era.
The Junghans Max Bill hasn't changed a great deal since 1961. Created by Max Bill, the collection of mechanical wristwatches features a purist dial, and specially created, rounded numbers and a domed glass to highlight the old charm of the watch. A watch with real simplicity, the Junghans Max Bill really shows off the most important feature of any watch - the time. With a blend of utilitarian value, and simple beauty, the original philosophy of Max Bill lives on through this watch. With 0% interest free credit and £0 deposit, browse the collection below.
The Junghans FORM range is for those who will do anything to stay in shape. The FORM collection's design is clearly apparent upon viewing. With a convex shape, the case is prominent, underscoring the watch's flat appearance. This makes the watch's profile seem slimmer, and ensures a good fit, promoting ergonomic comfort. With an embossed minute track, the watch features an impressive three dimensionality, and with the Junghan FORM available with 0% interest free credit and 0% deposit, browse the range below today.
As the official timekeeper for the Olympic Games in Munich, Junghans sets new standards in sports time measurement. With the 1972 series, Junghans evokes memories of the era of new measurement technology and revives the style of the 1970s.
The thin multi-frequency radio-controlled solar movement of the Force Mega Solar combines exact timekeeping on three continents with environmentally friendly solar technology. It is independent of limited energy resources and offers the convenience of a radio-controlled watch.
Pin It Share on Google+ Add to wishlist Find a retailer User manual Spektrum Damen The multi-frequency radio-controlled solar movement of the Spektrum Damen combines exact timekeeping on three continents with environmentally friendly solar technology. It is independent of limited energy resources and offers the convenience of a radio-controlled watch.
The multi-frequency radio-controlled solar movement of the Spektrum combines exact timekeeping on three continents with environmentally friendly solar technology. It is independent of limited energy resources and offers the convenience of a radio-controlled watch.
Junghans watches have a long history and a great tradition, in which watchmaking and art harmonise wonderfully on the wrist. The expertise and years of experience of our designers have succeeded in giving time its own face - and many people the feeling of always being impeccably turned out with a Junghans watch. The watches are consciously understated, preferring to underscore the personality and attitude of the wearer. Because true style is never loud, it deliberately favours the more restrained approach. It is from this philosophy that many of our classic watches have arisen. Maybe this is also why a Junghans watch is one of the most stylish compliments you can pay yourself - and your wrist.
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