Junghans Max Bill Watch Range Updated For 2015
The Max Bill by Junghans range does something strange to my brain. When you encounter a Junghans Max Bill watch for the first time, you might not know what to say. But why? They are not bizarre like an MB&F, Panda-piloted twin-turbine; they don’t perform an optical illusion a la Ressence Type 3; they’re not even made of an unusual material like a Richard Mille or a Schofield Blacklamp. No, it’s because it feels like you’ve seen them a hundred times before, only you’re not quite sure. They are almost a blueprint - a model of restraint. It’s so easy to ”get it” immediately. This is because the Junghans Max Bill is, in my opinion, an example of excellent design. This year, Uhrenfabrik Junghans has released eight new configurations for the Junghans Max Bill range. There are two ladies watches in bright, bold colors (blue and red) as favored by the late Swiss Maestro after whom the range is named, and a third ladies watch with a black dial and leather-backed felt strap.