|Posted by Adrian Ainsworth on February 6, 2013 at 2:45 AM|
This variant of the Junkers Bauhaus watch comes with a power reserve meter at 12:00 and a 24 hour sub-dial at 6:00. The beautiful creamy white dial features thin hour markers (very Junghans) with luminous dots and a 60-minute scale. The silver hour and minute hands are luminous filled and a date window is shown at 3:00. Inside is a modified 26-jewel Citizen self-winding movement with a silver rotor that is viewable via an exhibition case back. The result is a very attractive watch with a very handy power reserve indicator. The 24 hour dial gives you the option of military time. It also features a domed Hesalite crystal.
This watch comes in at around 450 Euros but its refreshing minimalist bauhaus looks make it a Beastie Folly winner, destined for the Wall of Want.
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