The design of the Junghans Meister Driver Chronoscope Watch 027/3684.02 takes on completely different style from the other Junghans chronographs. In the early 1900s, Junghans was one of the largest clockmaking factories in the world. The inception of the automobile was relatively recent, and this new technology and innovation captured the imagination of the designers and partners. To honor this passion, an homage in a style reminiscent of early speedometer and tachometer readouts in early motor vehicles was created. Capturing this time-period completely within a timepiece, the Meister Driver adds the internals of a fully modern chronograph with a vintage look and unique design. Meister translated from German means "master" or "mastery". This relates how Junghans intended the Meister range of watches to be. Their highest level of precision, style, and an unmatched echelon in quality and master craftsmanship.
The Junghans Meister Driver Chronoscope 027/3684.02 has an automatic self winding J880.3 movement. A Junghans updated ETA 7750, with a 42 hour power reserve. Diameter: 40.8mm. Height: 12.6mm. Multi sand colored effect lacquer dial, with luminous hands. Weekday and date function. Chronograph Function: hours, minutes and seconds. Glass: sapphire crystal. Case: polished stainless steel with 5-times screwed case back. Case back has viewing window made from mineral crystal. Dark brown calfskin leather band with stainless steel buckle. Water resistant up to 3 bars.
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