Junghans’ new Meister Automatic models take us to the spirit of optimism in the 1950s/1960s Germany. Available in Matt silver-plated, polished black and polished white dial versions, the new automatic watch features a 38 diameter case in stainless steel or PVD-coated steel case.
In accordance with the entire Meister range, these new automatic timepieces feature all characteristic design elements of their celebrated predecessors. These timepieces portray with great authenticity the same history of the Meister watches which originated back in the 1930s, and which then went on to enjoy their heyday in the 1950s.
The watch is topped with a domed Plexiglas. Rear side of the watch is fitted with a mineral crystal glass. A dark median stripe exhibited on the hands tapering out to a point on the new Meister Automatic was typical for designs in the 1950s era. The unobtrusive dial features a double bar index at 12 o’clock, and even the calf leather strap is representative of these archetypal designs: so evocative of the 1950s, a punched line without seam on the finished leather completes the overall classy look of the timepiece.
The case back on the rear side of the housing allows a glimpse into the self-winding movement of the watch.
Model: Meister Automatic
Self-winding movement J800.1 with a power reserve of up to 38 hours, date
Stainless steel or PVD-coated, Ø 38.0 mm, height 10.0 mm, domed hard plexiglass with coating for enhanced scratch resistance, 5-times screwed mineral crystal case back
Water-resistance: Up to 3 bar
Matt silver-plated, polished black or polished white
Dial markings with effect lacquer
Hands: Black median strip on minute hand and hour hand
Calf leather strap with stainless steel or PVD-coated buckle