Combining traditional craftsmanship with advanced watch technology, state-of-the-art production methods and inspirational design.
Founded by Erhard Junghans in Schramberg, in the decades that follow the company went on to write not only industrial, but also urban, regional and even architectural history. By 1903 Junghans owned the world's largest clock factory which still stands prominently in the landscape today. One of the most fascinating success stories in German watch and clock history continues to be penned in the 21st century. Junghans are still committed to their Schramberg factory and hence to quality standards that combine traditional craftsmanship with advanced watch technology, state-of-the-art production methods and inspirational design. This is what makes every timepiece with the star so unique.
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