Max Bill Chronoscope Watch


Closely associated with the Bauhaus, Swiss Max Bill was a prolific architect, designer, and sculptor whose work defined Swiss and International modern design throughout the 20th Century. His watch designs for German watchmakers Junghans are lauded for their elegance and timelessness, as exemplified by their clean and balanced faces.

This chronoscope version features a self-winding movement, calibre J880.2, up to 48 hours power reserve. Date display and stop function with second dial. 40 mm stainless steel case. Matt silver-plated dial, date, minute track and hands with environmentally friendly luminous substance. Plexiglas crystal with SICRALAN MRL UV coating for high scratch resistance. Water resistant. Strap is stainless steel metal mesh Milanaise bracelet with safety buckle. 2-year warranty.

Design Origin Max Bill, Switzerland, 1962
Dimensions 40mm Ø x 14.4mm H