Junghans max bill Regulator Edition 60
German watchmaker Junghans are known for their Bauhaus aesthetics, and in 1961 designer Max Bill created a range of watches for the brand, maintaining that minimalistic look.
Max Bill had an extensive body of work, having pieces exhibited in Paris in 1925 at the age of just 17. After studying at Bauhaus in the late 1920’s, he went on to become not only a designer, but an artist, sculptor, architect, teacher, author and a politician.
It is only fitting that his work is celebrated in the form of a range of watches in keeping with those original designs, limited to just 1,060 pieces.
This Regulator watch features a striking dial, with a slender minute hand and an hour display at 12 o’clock. A seconds display at 6 o’clock ensures balance across the expansive white dial, while orange accents inject an element of playfulness.
The slim 38mm steel case has an anthracite PVD coating, and under a decorated case back you can find a Swiss-made automatic movement.
The watch is paired with a light grey leather strap, featuring an orange lining and PVD coated pin buckle.
We are excited to present this piece in an excellent position with no signs of wear to the case. It comes supplied with its original box and papers, including a six-month warranty from Watch Concierge Services.
Steel with anthracite polished PVD coating, 30m water resistance
Automatic - Calibre J800.5, 38-hour power reserve
Light grey leather strap with PVD coated pin buckle
Box & Papers
Yes - box, pouch, guarantee booklet, instruction booklet, cloth
6-month warranty supplied by Watch Concierge Services
Tested and running to specification