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F ou plus de 150 ans, la marque Junghans est synonyme de qualité, de fiabilité et de passion. Basé à Schramberg, Allemagne, l’entreprise établie de longue date, indépendant conçoit et fabrique des montres qui établissent de nouveaux standards et sont tenues en haute estime dans le monde entier. Ayant des liens étroits à l’emplacement de la société et étant attaché aux valeurs qu’incarne Junghans, les propriétaires travaillent dur pour maintenir les traditions et d’avancer délibérément à un bel avenir. Tradition et un esprit constant d’innovation se reflètent aussi dans la conception et l’ingénierie des montres de la société. À cet égard le spectre englobe toutes les technologies actuelles de l’horlogerie : des montres mécaniques classiques et technologie quartz tout le chemin à de la société radio-pilotée et la technologie solaire. Avec des produits innovants « Made in Germany » et une perspective internationale, Junghans se poursuivra à l’avenir de développer davantage la réussite unique de la montre avec la star.

Junghans

Meister Pilot



The high demands placed on timekeeping by aviation were first addressed by Junghans in the 1930s, when the company produced on-board clocks for air traffic use. These were manufactured in level 7 of the now heritage-listed terrace building, the structure offered optimal lighting conditions for the delicate task of watchmaking. L'aspect de l'instrument classique du poste de pilotage se reflète également dans le légendaire chronographe Bundeswehr de 1955. The design of the Meister Pilot harks back to this: on the bi-directional rotating bezel the 12 distinctive, concave notches ensure a good grip as well as the unmistakable appearance of the timepiece. The screwed case back features a distinctive element: a specially-designed compass rose, which incorporates the symbolism of classic aviation in the form of an artificial horizon. Le bracelet en cuir rivetée assure une sécurité maximale sur le poignet. La construction particulière de la face du capot prête à la montre une élégance rare pour une montre pilote - et la légèreté nécessaire pour décoller.



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Meister Driver



The strong emotional link between Junghans and the motor car was first established at the end of the 19th century. Arthur Junghans, son of the company founder Erhard Junghans, was an early automobile enthusiast: in 1892 he bought one of the first Daimler test cars, which was driven to him in Schramberg by Wilhelm Maybach in person. A close friendship existed between the technically-minded Swabians Arthur Junghans, Wilhelm Maybach and Gottlieb Daimler. As a result, Schramberg regularly played host to the technical elite of the era, from Robert Bosch to Ferdinand von Zeppelin. These meetings at the villa of Arthur Junghans served to generate ideas, with these in turn producing numerous significant inventions.

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Meister-pieces - Since 1936



Masterpieces come into being when technical achievements take on aesthetic form. This close relationship between technology and aesthetics was recognized by Junghans at a very early stage and led to the company's unique design culture. The Junghans watches of the 1930s to the 1960s created by product designer Anton Ziegler demonstrate this most impressively. Anton Ziegler shaped the appearance of Junghans watches over many decades. The current Meister line is based on the historic design for the Meister watches of this era and makes a clear statement about the classic mechanical horology at Junghans. Its characteristic design simultaneously reflects both the past and the present of the brand. This explains the fascination exerted by the Meister right up to the present day.



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Max Bill - The beauty of simplicity



Max Bill was one of the most unusual artists of our time. Acknowledged as a universal genius, he worked as an architect, painter, sculptor and product designer and has left behind an extensive portfolio of creations. This includes one of the most fascinating watch series ever designed - the clocks and wristwatches he created for Junghans - and which remain practically unchanged today. As a Bauhaus student of Walter Gropius, he intuitively understood how to apply the pursuit of constructive clarity and precise proportions to his work. His unrivalled drive to create is also seen in the field of education. He was not only the co-founder and first rector of the Ulm College of Design (Hochschule für Gestaltung - HfG), but the school building is also a Max Bill original design.

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Damen



Ensuring Junghans offers an array of stunning ladies Junghans watches from both the Max Bill and Meister series.



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