Junghans at Watch Festival
For over 160 years, Junghans has given time its own face. A passion for detail, high design and quality requirements, and generations of technological competence have been the hallmarks of the products of the Junghans watch factory since it was founded in 1861. As early as 1903, Junghans, with over 3,000 employees, was the largest clock manufacturer in the world. The development of precise mechanisms made the company the largest manufacturer of chronometers in Germany in 1951, and the third largest in the world in 1956. At the 1972 Olympics in Munich, Junghans, as the official timekeeper, set new standards for timekeeping. To this day, Junghans manufactures all watches on the company’s historic premises. In 2018, on the 100th anniversary of its creation, the Junghans terrace building revived with life. The Junghans Terrassenbau museum opened in this monument of industrial architecture, which has long been the focal point of Junghans watch production. The classic Junghans Max Bill Bauhaus style watches were first made in 1956 in collaboration with the Swiss designer Max Bill and are produced according to his designs to this day in an almost unchanged form. In 1990, Junghans set new standards by designing the first radio-controlled wristwatch – a technology that in 2018 again takes a quantum leap in precision and accuracy with the new generation of Made in Schramberg radio movements. Junghans watches with their perfect design have been combining watchmaking with creative competence on the wrist for over 160 years. It’s a style that has to be experienced.
We cordially invite you to the brand’s stand at the upcoming It’s All About Watches Festival
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