Max Bill 2018 Watch By Junghans

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A beautiful version of the iconic timepiece.

Following on the footsteps of the stylish and ultra-limited edition 2017 wristwatch, German brand launches an updated version of the iconic design, the Max Bill 2018 watch. The timepiece maintains the refined aesthetic that celebrates the renowned architect and designer. At the same time, it adds a touch of color to the previous model.

Boasting the classic Max Bill typography, the wristwatch has the same clean and minimal dial of its predecessor. A perfect example of the Bauhaus philosophy of form following function. The date window features green numerals, while the leather strap comes with bright green stitching accents and green lining. The caseback proudly displays an artwork from the “graphic series”, creating a distinctive play between color and form. Other features of the Max Bill 2018 watch include a J645.33 quartz movement, a stainless steel 38mm case, enhanced scratch-resistance for the plexiglass cover, as well as matte silver plated hands which boast an eco-friendly luminous finish for optimal visibility in low light conditions. Photographs© Junghans.

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