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Inspired by the philosophy of the Bauhaus, the Junghans Max Bill Automatic 27 Bauhaus Watch 3502.04 proves that less really can be more. Minimalist through and through, these watches guide the eye to the essential aspect: the time. Junghans Max Bill watches ensure that the timepiece on your wrist is just as relevant today as it was at the moment of conception. The attention to detail, design, quality, and generations of technical expertise have characterized the products of Uhrenfabrik Junghans since the company was founded in Schramberg in the German Black Forest in 1861.
The Junghans Max Bill Automatic 27 Bauhaus Watch 3502.04 has a self winding J800.1 movement with a power reserve of 38 hours. Diameter: 38mm. Height: 10mm. Matt silver-plated dial, with luminous dots/hands. Crystal: convex hard plexiglass with SICRALAN coating. Case: stainless steel. With 4-times screwed stainless steel case back. Leather calfskin band with stainless steel buckle. Water resistant up to 3 bars.
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