Junghans - Meister Worldtimer

Junghans – Meister Worldtimer

The new Meister Worldtimer by German watchmaker Junghans shows the time in 24 unique areas all the while on account of a spiral opening in the dial uncovering a pivoting 24-hour plate and, around it, two rings with a particular city assigned to all day long in its individual time region. The evening hours, between 7 PM and 6 AM, are addressed in dark. Completed by dauphin-molded hands and applied lists at 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock, the dial is accessible in three primary varieties: matt silver-plated, galvanic anthracite with sunray brush or  galvanic blue with sunray brush. The hardened steel or PVD-covered round case has a measurement of 40.4 mm and is 10.4 m thick. These models are accessible with a hard plexiglass covered for improved scratch opposition, or, at an extra expense of Euro 200, a domed sapphire precious stone with against reflection covering on the two sides. Water-obstruction is up to 3 bar with hard plexiglass or up to 5 bar with sapphire precious stone. The straightforward case back gives a brief look at the ETA-based self-winding development J820.5 offering a force hold of as long as 42 hours. Matched to a dark, earthy colored or blue cowhide tie with pin clasp or to treated steel arm band with collapsing fasten, the Junghans Meister Worldtimer has costs going from Euro 1,490 to Euro 1,790, contingent upon the form. junghans.de