Zeppelin LZ129 Hindenburg Ed. II 8062-1 Bauhaus Design Men's Automatic Wristwatch
In the early years of the twentieth century, the Bauhaus group of architects implemented a design language that is still pioneering today. So also in the automatic men's wristwatch Zeppelin LZ129 Hindenburg Ed.II 8062-1. A reduced design that focuses on the essentials, harmoniously coordinated with the materials stainless steel and leather as well as the colours black and white. The technical side of this men's wristwatch, which is made in Germany, shows itself internationally with the caliber 821A. A clockwork from Japan with a Swiss anchor escapement ensures maximum accuracy. The flywheel mass of the caliber, which is equipped with 21 precious stones as a plain bearing and has a power reserve of 42 hours, can be observed over the glass bottom. Three extremely technology-savvy countries are involved in this automatic men's wristwatch and the Bauhaus was the godfather, if that's not a reference, then what else?