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Made in Switzerland, the red dot award winning Jacob Jensen Chronograph is a simple and elegant watch, a marvel of minimalism, meeting all the requirements of a classic chronograph but with superfluous features trimmed away, leaving only the pure lines, the function, the materials. The Jacob Jensen Chronograph was winner of the red dot product design award 2006. Case: Polished Titanium. Glass: Sapphire crystal. Movement: Swiss Ronda. Strap: Black leather. Water resistant: 5 ATM/50 meters. Diameter: 37mm/1.4". Jacob Jensen was born in Copenhagen in 1926. He is recognized as one of the most creative designers of the 20th century. Over the past 40 years, Jacob Jensen has created hundreds of industrial products winning international acclaim with many examples of his work included in MoMA's Design Collection. Jacob Jensen Design continues today under the direction of his son Timothy Jacob Jensen.
Instructions for how to reset the chronograph dials can be found here.
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