The new Meister Telemeter from Junghans epitomizes the spirit of motor racing in every detail.
Uniting tradition and functionality, the design of Meister Telemeter is based on the classical chronograph from 1951 which enabled meticulous measuring of time with its stop function. Additionally, the tachymeter and telemeter scale provide at a glance a reading of the established speed and the distance which has been covered.
Junghans was the “Official Timekeeper of the 47th AvD-Oldtimer-GrandPrix 2019” with its new Meister Telemeter, from the 9th to the 11th of August at the Nürburgring – the longest racing circuit in the world, known for its legendary “North Loop”, that driver Jackie Stewart referred to as “Green Hell”.
Racing legends from motoring history contested numerous thrilling duels, dragging the last from their mesmerizing vehicles in a ceaseless attempt to improve their circuit times. A particularly unique prize was awarded to the winning team of the “Gentlemen Drivers – GT up to 1965” race. They were presented with a Junghans watch at the podium ceremony.
Model: Meister Telemeter
Self-winding movement J880.3 with a power reserve of up to 42 hours, small second
Chronoscope: Stop second, 30-minute counter, tachymeter and telemeter scale
Finishing: Rhodium plating, rotor surface with stripe finishing and engraved logo, diamond cut on barrel, wheel train and balance bridge, blued screws
Stainless steel Ø 40.8, height 12.6 mm, 4-times screwed case back with mineral crystal, convex hard plexiglas with coating for enhanced scratch resistance (can be replaced with sapphire crystal upon request)
Water-resistance: Up to 3 bar
Matt silver-plated dial, luminescent numerals with environmentallyfriendly Superluminova luminous substance
Hands: Hour and minute hands with environmentally-friendly Superluminova luminous substance
Stainless steel with folding bracelet