Junghans

For the first time, we are hosting JUNGHANS at the Watch Festival.

A German brand with a rich history dating back to 1861.

For over 150 years, Junghans has given time its own face. As early as 1903, Junghans, employing over 3,000 people, was the largest clock manufacturer in the world. The development of precise movements made the company the largest producer of chronometers in Germany in 1951 and the third largest in the world in 1956. At the 1972 Munich Olympics, Junghans, as official timekeeper, set new standards for timekeeping.

Classic watches in the Bauhaus style were made for the first time in the 1960s in cooperation with the Swiss designer Max Bill. To this day these watches are produced according to his designs in an almost unchanged form.

In 1990, Junghans set yet another new standard with the development of the first radio-controlled wristwatch, the Mega. In 2018, with a new generation of intelligent radio mechanisms, it again takes a quantum leap in terms of precision and accuracy. For more than 150 years, Junghans watches with a form-perfect design have been combining watchmaking with the expertise of aesthetic minimalism on the wrist.

We invite you to the JUNGHANS virtual stand at the Watch Festival 2020.

Please find attached a video invitation from Junghans Uhrenfabrik CEO Matthias Stotz

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