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The design of this Junghans Meister Chronoscope Watch 027/4121.45 takes on an air of expertise in not only form but also in name. Meister translated from German means "master" or "mastery". This relates how Junghans intended the Meister range of watches to be: their highest level of precision, style, and an unmatched echelon in quality and master craftsmanship. Originally produced between the 1930s and 1960s, the Meister range was reissued in 2011 and updated in a modern style, a recently released line of watches for the company, but considered to be a return to the traditional heart of Junghans. Attention to detail, design, production quality, and generations of technical expertise have characterized the products of Uhrenfabrik Junghans since the company was founded in Schramberg in the Black Forest region of Germany in 1861.
The Junghans Meister Chronoscope Watch 027/4121.45 has an automatic self winding J880.1 movement. A Junghans updated ETA 7750, with a 46 hour power reserve. Diameter: 40.7mm. Height: 13.9mm. Matte silver-plated dial, with luminous hands. Weekday and date function. Chronograph Function: hours, minutes and seconds. Crystal: convex hard plexiglass with SICRALAN coating. Case: polished stainless steel with 5-times screwed case back. Case back has viewing window made from mineral crystal. Stainless Steel Bracelet with folding buckle. Water resistant up to 3 bars.
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