Junghans latest watch takes its inspiration from classic racing chronographs

The design references a a chronograph from 1951.
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Junghans Meister Telemeter

Junghans is taking it back to the 50s with its latest timepiece, the Meister Telemeter. The watch is inspired by a classic chronograph design from 1951 and features a 40.8mm case with a matte, silver-plated dial, luminescent numerals, and an automatic movement with a 42-hour power reserve. The watch has also been matched with an equally stunning folding bracelet in stainless steel and it can be equipped with a choice of a hard plexiglass crystal with a scratch-resistant coating or a sapphire crystal. 

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