Their style isn’t about making a loud statement; instead, dress watches are quiet stars with a character that is both refined and timeless, opting for pure understatement. Regardless of the ever-changing trends in fashion, this type of watch this type of watch transcends trends. This is achieved through a deliberately modest case size and height, resulting in a welcomed side effect of increased wearing comfort. Additionally, dress watches sit more comfortably under a shirt cuff and don’t look out of place even on more delicate men’s or on women’s wrists.
The Meister fein Automatic Signatur, from Junghans is a picture perfect dress watch. Its characteristic design embodies a minimalist aesthetic, while the historical Junghans logo adds a nostalgic touch. The dial of the Meister fein Automatic Signatur is available in either a light gray or a radiant ice blue color way, both enhanced by sunray brush. It is furnished with elongated diamond-cut indices and slender baton-style hands.
The delicate three-part discus-shaped case lends the dress watch a slim silhouette, with a diameter of 39.5mm and a height of 11.0mm.
The Meister fein Automatic Signatur is powered by the self-winding caliber J800.1 (based on ETA 2824-2), which can be admired through the exhibition case back. It reveals the custom-made, two-armed and partially skeletonized rotor, blued screws and fine engravings.
Pricing is marked at approximately $1,700 when converted to USD.
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