Max Bill x Junghans Chronoscope Watch

A product of the Bauhaus generation, Max Bill wore many hats – an architect, painter, typeface designer, sculptor, teacher and industrial designer. In 1962, Bill created a mechanical wristwatch for Junghans that was celebrated for its minimal, yet functional aesthetic and superior precision. Now 20 years since the passing of this inspiring creative, the German watchmaker is looking to revive Bill’s timeless design with a set of chronoscope watches. Featuring a stainless steel casing and your choice of a white or black dial, each timepiece includes a 30-minute timer, a 12-hour counter, date display, and a power reserve of up to 46 hours. Whether you prefer a leather strap or a stainless steel Milanese bracelet, the four-piece collection is currently available here.

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