German watch and clock manufacturer Junghans recently launched the new Meister S Chronoscope with a new colour way giving it a more masculine and sportier look and feel.
The cool and sturdy 45mm diameter stainless steel case is 15.9mm thick and accentuates the deep midnight blue with effect lacquer watch face. The counter hands are coated with environmentally friendly white luminous substance, reinforcing the confident and stylish appearance of this new beautifully crafted chronograph, while there is protection for the pushers and screwed-down crown from the curved flank guard.
The sapphire crystal lens has an anti-reflective coating on both sides and the watch is water resistance up to 200 metres (20 bar), making it a highly resilient and usable timepiece.
With a self-winding movement, the Meister S Chronoscope has a power reserve of up to 48 hours when not using the chronoscope function and has a date and weekday display which is available in both English and German. In addition, there is a stop second and 30-minute and 1-hour counter.
The stainless steel case is fitted with a choice of either a stainless steel bracelet with safety folding clasp or synthetic rubber strap with a leather inlay and stainless steel folding clasp.
The new Meister S Chronoscope is perfect for either everyday indoor or outdoor use and Junghans continues to set the highest standards in combining quality design and equipment so both the watch and wearer can master any terrain.
For more information and to purchase the new Meister S Chronoscope, please visit: www.junghans.de.
Simon Burrell is Editor of Our Man On The Ground, a former member of The British Guild of Travel Writers and professional photographer.
Photographs courtesy of Junghans