The Sternglas Topograph Watch

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An elegant watch inspired by topography and technical measuring devices.

A recent addition to Sternglas’ Bauhaus-inspired collection of watches, the Topograph watch features a distinctive design that draws inspiration from topography and measuring instruments. The watch has a bold as well as masculine appearance, with a stainless steel case that measures 42mm. The black dial not only boasts thin markings in contrasting white, but also features a Rehaut with 60 second indices. Together with details that mark differences in height, the Rehaut and indices give the watch its name.

A double anti-reflective as well as scratch-resistant domed sapphire glass covers the dial. On the back, a sapphire crystal protects the movement while also providing a perfect view of its mechanism. The Sternglas Topograph watch comes with a Miyota 821A automatic movement with 21 jewels and a power reserve of 42 hours. Premium quality and robust, the movement – and watch – are both meant to last a lifetime. The Topograph watch also features short, comfortable lugs and a handmade leather strap. Finally, the quick-release system allows the user to change the strap in mere seconds, without the need for any tools. Topograph comes in 12 versions, all with the distinctive black dial, but with different case finishes or strap colors and materials. Photographs©: Sternglas.

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