With the 7674-5 chronograph of the series 100 years of Zeppelin, the Junkers watch manufacturer, headed by the great-granddaughter of the aircraft pioneer Hugo Junkers, created a timepiece with wonderfully nostalgic elegance. The ocher-colored dial blends well with the light brown cowhide leather strap, which opens in the receptacles of a classic round case, whose stainless steel is polished to a high gloss. Technically, this chronograph is at the cutting edge of quartz-controlled watch movements. The 6S21 caliber incorporates a Miyota chronograph movement that no longer has to prove its reliability and precision. Start-stop function, tachymeter scale, small second and minute and date on the six, framed by black numbers and hands. With such timepieces began the adventure aviation and today this chronograph with its style reminds of an epoch that was incomparable.