The Bauhaus movement—a design aesthetic spawned in 1920s Germany that follows the principles of simplicity, geometric congruity, and functionality—has proven that it’s here to stay. For proof, look no further than these Meister Dress Watches from Junghans. Made with a stainless steel case and a convex hard plexiglass crystal with Sicralan coating, these watches are built to last. Originally developed for the automotive industry, the transparent coating improves UV, chemical, and scratch resistance. They’re 30-meter water resistant, to boot.
Note: At checkout, you’ll have your choice of three different models in nine different styles. Quantities of each are limited. Pricing for each model will vary.
Perhaps most unique about the Meister Calendar is its subdial at 6 o’clock denoting the phases of the moon. A day and month window sit at 10 and 2 o’clock respectively. As for movement, it’s constructed with self-winding J800.3 ETA 2824-2, ensuring accurate timekeeping. The back of the case gives you a peek at the movement.
This Bauhaus-style timepiece has two subdials: at 12 o’clock it shows the calendar week, and at 6 o’clock it displays the remaining power reserve. A day and date window sit at 9 and 3 o’clock respectively. Made with self-winding J810.5 ETA 2892.5 movement (which is visible thanks to the display case back), the watch is extremely precise. The strap, made from horse skin leather, pairs well with the clean dial.
The most minimal aesthetically, and also physically, this watch sits smaller on the wrist and has less complications for a more understated look. Absent of numerals, this automatic timepiece is fitted with self-winding J820.2 Soprod A10 movement. It features Super-Luminova coating on the hour and minute hands for visibility. At the 3 o’clock position is a window to display the date. The strap is made from horse skin leather.
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.
Junghans Meister Calendar
Junghans Meister Agenda
Junghans Meister Classic
Estimated ship date is Jan 23, 2017 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.