Author Philip Stanhope (1694 – 1773) once said: “Style is the dress of thoughts”.
With this in mind, Junghans has unveiled the new Meister Chronoscope. First introduced in the 1930s and improved with further refinements from the 1960s until today, the Meister series of chronographs reveals Junghans’ expertise in mechanical watchmaking. The predominant color is blue, said to signify elegance and harmony and exuding relaxation.
Junghans Meister Chronograph in Midnight Blue
The midnight blue 40.7mm Meister Chronograph dial features fine sunray brushwork which works in harmony with the alligator leather strap in dark blue. Added to this are the warm golden hues of the case, the Dauphine shaped hands, and the four main indices. The hands feature superluminova while on the back there’s a flat mineral crystal secured to the case back with 5 screws. The convex hard-coated Plexiglas of the lens offers enhanced scratch resistance. The day and date at 3 o’ clock are available in both German or in English.
The Meister Chronoscope runs on a Junghans favorite, the self-winding caliber J880.1, an ETA 7750 base movement with a 48-hour power reserve. The J880.1 movement features rhodium plating, a rotor surface with stripes and an engraved logo, diamond cut on the barrel, wheel train, balance bridge, and blued screws. The watch comes on an alligator leather strap with stainless steel buckle with PVD coating.
Philip Stanhope also coined the famous phrase ‘never put off till tomorrow what you can do today’. So if you have been looking for a new chronograph, you can buy it right here and now.