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Junghans makes Max Bill box set in celebration of the Bauhaus...

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Max Bill was a famous Bauhaus artist in the mid-20th century, and Junghans started work with him five years before the first watches were made in his name in 1956.

Junghans: Creating time – yesterday, today and for generations to come

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German watchmaker has survived through tougher times than the covid pandemic, and is adapting again for the decades or even centuries ahead.

Junghans celebrates anniversary year with exclusive Meister S Chronoscope Platin Edition

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In celebration of its anniversary year, Junghans has enhanced the sportiness of its Meister S Chornoscope with a new and exclusive iteration.

Junghans looks to past, present and future for its 160th anniversary

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Black Forest watchmaker reminds the world of its massive contribution to German and global watch industry.

Junghans Meister S Chronoscope comes in steel for 2021

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There are two models in the 45mm collection, one with a matt anthracite dial and the other with a graduated green to black lacquered look.

Junghans glides into steel sports watch space as Nordic World Ski...

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Dual time 1972 Automatic Edition is a striking steel on steel watch in the championship's red, white and blue livery.

Junghans looks ahead to when we can all travel again with...

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While we wait for the world to re-open, Junghans can help you coordinate your intercontinental zoom calls.

Junghans turns to titanium for lightweight FORM A Titan

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FORM watches, taken from the Bauhaus mantra of form follows function, is lightweight in its 40mm matte titanium case and crystal clear beneath its sapphire glass.

Junghans adds racy chronograph to its top end Meister watch line

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Meister is the top end of the Junghans’ family, and the new S Chronoscope will be priced at around $2700 when it goes on sale in June.

Junghans makes solar-powered movement for its Max Bill collection

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If the Junghans MEGA Solar is ever completely drained of power, it requires only 8 minutes exposure to light until it is ready for use again.