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- Automatic-mechanic, self-winding, 21 jewels
- Power reserve indicator
- 24 Hour display
- green luminous dots
- water-resistant up to 3 atm
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This new Junkers Bauhaus watch comes with a power reserve meter at 12:00 and a 24 hour sub-dial at 6:00. The striking creamy white dial features thin hour markers with luminous dots and a 60-minute scale. The silver hour and minute hands are luminous filled and a date window is shown at 3:00. Inside is a modified 26-jewel Citizen self-winding movement with a silver rotor that is viewable via an exhibition case back. The result is a very handsome watch with a very handy power reserve indicator. The 24 hour dial gives you the option of military time. Features a domed Hesalite crystal. Movement: Modified Citizen Automatic (self-winding) Case: Satin finish stainless steel, 40mm x 11mm thick. Back: Exhibition screw-in back Crystal: Domed Hesalite Band: Black leather, buckle closure. 20mm Water Resistant: 30 meters Warranty: 2 Years
- Product Dimensions: 0.4 x 0.4 x 0.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 7.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Origin: Germany
- ASIN: B0066GKTM6
- Item model number: Bauhaus Automatik
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 13, 2012
- Average Customer Review:
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Junkers|
|Model number||Bauhaus Automatik|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||40 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||12 millimeters|
|Band length||Men's Standard|
|Band width||20 millimeters|
|Bezel material||Stainless Steel|
|Special features||Automatic- mechanic movement , self-winding, 26 jewels|
|Item weight||2.24 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||30 Meters|
Top Customer Reviews
This watch fits well on my wrist, got a deployant clasp for it to prolong the wear on the leather band. I would advise anyone that bends and flexes the band to put on the watch to do the same. The case is a slimmer towards the back which along with the domed glass make it look like it sits higher than it really does.
This modified Miyota movement has Hour, Minute and Second; Date; 24-hour; and a power reserve indicator. After a little more than a month of daily wear, I can say the watch is running about a minute a week fast. I would much rather it run fast than slow, so every so often I navigate to time.is and pull out the crown and push it back in after a minute to sync it up. The power reserve is in hours, and for the limited functionality I thought it would last longer on a full wind than 40 hours. Since this is my daily watch it hasn't been an issue but if you wear this less frequently you will need to use an automatic winder or manually wind it.
Overall I am very pleased with this watch and would recommend it to anyone that likes this style and movement. The only thing I have been disappointed with is the brightness of the lume in the dark after normal daytime wear. After shining a light on it it glows brightly but after normal wear it is not bright at all in the dark. This is minor but thought others might like to know.
Bauhaus was a famous art school on Germany that forged the way for a new kind of art. Junkers has taken its lead on this line of watches, combining simplicity with sophistication into modern watch making. This particular model has two complications: (1) a power reserve, located at 12 o'clock; and (2) a date complication, conveniently located at the 3 o'clock position. The case is stainless steel with mineral crystal covering the face and exhibition case back of the Bauhaus 6060-5. The face of the watch is a beautiful cream color. The watch comes on a supple brown leather strap but, as the pictures indicate, I have replaced the strap--more on that later.
The heartbeat of the Junkers is a Miyota 9132, a competitor to the ETA 2824. With ETA being stingy at times about selling their movements to third party buyers, Miyota is the next best choice as far as Japanese movements are concerned (Seiko notwithstanding). The daily rate of the Miyota 9132 is -10/+30 seconds/day, not bad but also not great. Of course if this is too much for you more elite watch people, by all means it can be easily remedied by taking the watch to a watch repairman. The power reserve indicator at 12 o'clock says the watch has 40 hours of power reserve, but the manual states it is "40+" hours. The strap of the watch was nice, giving the wearer the feeling that you were not even wearing a watch, but unfortunately for me it was too long. I punched holes in the original strap, but it just wasn't the same, hence the strap change. If I could offer one complaint about this watch it would be that it feels a bit plasticky on the wrist. The mineral crystal combined with a lower grade stainless steel gives the watch a fragile feeling on your wrist, like if you were to hit it hard enough on something it my do some serious damage to the watch. Therefore, be careful in wearing this watch and treating it as a tool watch, which it is not.
Overall, I recommend this watch to anyone looking to get into entry level, non-Swiss, watch collecting. Junkers is a respectable brand in the watch world despite not being Swiss. Take the plunge on the Bauhaus 6060-5, you won't regret it!