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Max Bill Automatic Wrist Watch with Index Markers

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Design by Max Bill, 1962. By Junghans.  This modern classic is a reissue of the 1962 Max Bill design. An elegant white face in stainless frame features index markers and a smooth leather band... Read More
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Design by Max Bill, 1962.
By Junghans.

This modern classic is a reissue of the 1962 Max Bill design. An elegant white face in stainless frame features index markers and a smooth leather band in black. The Max Bill Automatic Wrist Watch is part of Max Bill's esteemed collection of timepiece classics.

Max Bill's work is characterized by a clarity of design and precise proportions which are unrivaled to this day. In 1962 he created mechanical wristwatches for Junghans that were impressive timepieces, not only for their aesthetic design, but also their precision. Several of his exceptional timepieces, including the Max Bill Automatic Chronoscope Watch, have been revived by Junghans with their original Max Bill design.

Specifications

Material(s): Stainless steel and leather

Dimensions: 1.5" Dia

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MB-3501

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Spectacular watch, Even Better Customer Service The watch is absolutely gorgeous. Classic design, spectacular quality. It's the kind of watch that looked good 50 years ago and will look good 50 years in the future. I don't think you can find a better timepiece at this under 2k. Add to that the amazing customer service I received and I couldn't has asked for a better experience. Thanks Yliving!
Date published: 2011-01-17
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Max Bill Automatic Wrist Watch with Index Markers is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Max Bill Automatic Wrist Watch with Index Markers is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Spectacular watch, Even Better Customer Service The watch is absolutely gorgeous. Classic design, spectacular quality. It's the kind of watch that looked good 50 years ago and will look good 50 years in the future. I don't think you can find a better timepiece at this under 2k. Add to that the amazing customer service I received and I couldn't has asked for a better experience. Thanks Yliving!
Date published: 2011-01-17
Max Bill

Designer: Max Bill

Max Bill (1908-1994) was a prolific architect, graphic designer and sculptor. Born over a century ago, he was first a silversmith. Chancing a lecture by LeCorbusier, Max Bill was inspired to study architecture. As a student at the Bauhaus and practitioner of the modern style, he balanced free and applied arts, philosophical thinking and practical application. A champion of the sans serif script, Max Bill was also a publicist, designing letterhead, logos and posters. He taught art and design by emphasizing studio practice and encouraging artists to apply their ideas to the manufacturing industry.

From 1944 onwards he was active as a product designer. He founded and built a college of design at Ulm which influenced German post-war designers including Dieter Rams. It was during this period that Max Bill undertook a more philosophical study of time and his 1957 Wall clock and 1962 Chronoscope are culminations of this work. Later in life, he explored sculpture and painting, became a member of the Swiss parliament and continued his passion of teaching environmental design. Max Bill's life bridged every decade of the 20th century and left a holistic mark in the important years of modern Swiss and international design.

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Junghans

Manufacturer: Junghans

Junghans: A watch making company that has kept up with the times.

In 1861, Junghans watch factory opened its doors in Schramberg, Germany. Businessman Erhard Junghans and his bother-in-law, Jakob Zeller, set out to specialize in manufacturing individual parts for watch production. Their enterprise became famous for its outstanding quality. This success was credited to their staff of master watchmakers. Slowly, a firm foundation was laid for a complete watchmaking enterprise.

By 1903, Junghans had grown into the world's largest watch factory. Despite its size, quality and craftsmanship never suffered. Its new owner, Arthur Junghans, made sure the company provided customers with the very best. He traveled to the United States and studied the latest in watch technology. During his tenure, the company patented no less than 300 inventions.

Throughout Junghans’ history, the company suffered from setbacks and tragedies such as the dismantling of the factory during WWII. However, their commitment to exceptional watch production never diminished. Today, customers can count on the quality of their watches. Junghans combines the latest modern technology with old-world craftsmanship. The result is a product that people can trust. When you see the Junghans' brand, you know that you are not only buying a watch. You are buying a piece of watchmaking history.

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