Junghans - Max Bill Chronoscope 100 Jahre Bauhaus

Junghans – Max Bill Chronoscope 100 Jahre Bauhaus

Quite possibly the most persuasive schools of cutting edge plan, the Bauhaus was established by Walter Gropius in 1919. The development theory had an effect additionally on Swiss originator Max Bill who started making wrist looks for Junghans in 1961.

In festival of the Bauhaus centennial, Junghans has given the Max Bill Chronoscope 100 Jahre Bauhaus, a restricted version of just 1,000 units.

Its plan depends on Max Bill’s unique plans which embraced average highlights of the Bauhaus fabricating: the red shading of the hands and the date show is an immediate reference to the red passageway entryway in Dessau.

The 40 mm x 14.4 mm case is made from hardened steel and upgraded by an anthracite matt PVD-covering. A curved sapphire gem with hostile to reflection covering on the two sides secures the white matt dial with brilliant spots and two chronograph counters, showing 30 minutes and 12 hours at 12 o’clock and 6 o’clock separately.

The windows of the Bauhaus building portrayed on the screwed case back give a perspective on the mechanical self-winding development J880.2 (base‎ ‎ETA 7750) beating at a recurrence of 4 Hz (28,800 vph) with a force hold of 48 hours.

Coordinated to a dark calfskin lash and water impervious to 3 bar (30 meters/100 feet), the Junghans Max Bill Chronoscope 100 Jahre Bauhaus Ref. 027/4902.02 has a cost of Euro 1,995. junghans.de