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Hall of Speed 2020

JUNGHANS, TUTIMA, LOUIS ERARD, ZENITH

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August 2020


Hall of Speed 2020

In the absence of real-life watch fairs in 2020, with their greetings and handshakes, laughter and controversy, we invite you to browse through our Print Watch Fair special report. Here is our “Hall of Speed”, that includes horological creations by Junghans, Tutima, Louis Erard and Zenith.

1. MEISTER S CHRONOSCOPE by Junghans

Hall of Speed 2020

The German brand is a specialist in chronographs, particularly through its Meister range. Launched in the 1930s, these models reached their heyday in the 1950s and 1960s. The new Meister S gives a modern twist to this sporting line. Self-winding movement J880.1 with small second, display for date and day, chronoscope with second stop. A robust sapphire crystal and water resistance up to 20 bar will stand up to the most exacting challenges.

2. M2 COASTLINE CHRONOGRAPH by Tutima

Hall of Speed 2020

The Glashütte watchmaker is adding a new chronograph version to its M2 range of particularly robust models. With a diameter of 43 mm, the new model is equipped with a titanium case that is both very light and very strong. Two dial variants, in matt black or blue, are available and have been designed for maximum legibility, behind an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. The model is equipped with Tutima’s new automatic calibre 310, with a 48- hour power reserve.

3. LA SPORTIVE LIMITED EDITION by Louis Erard

Hall of Speed 2020

A sporty model that is particularly important in the ongoing redesign of the independent watchmaker’s collections, La Sportive is available in four chronograph versions, each produced in a limited series of 250 pieces. They all illustrate the brand’s philosophy: maximum mechanical substance at an affordable price. The models feature a grade 5 titanium or bronze case, a smoked neo-vintage dial and an extra-domed sapphire glass. They are equipped with a Valjoux 7750 calibre.

4. CHRONOMASTER REVIVAL SHADOW by Zenith

Hall of Speed 2020

Zenith has a vast heritage on which to draw. For this model, the brand has chosen to base its design on a prototype for a hand-wound chronograph set in a blackened steel case dating from 1970, unearthed from its archives. It’s a model that had been neither produced nor marketed – until today. Consequently, we have had to wait 50 years to discover this watch, with its 37 mm case made from bead-blasted titanium and a movement which is not hand-wound but automatic, unlike the 1970 prototype – which was none other than the El Primero. Now, somewhat ironically, it has emerged from the shadows.

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