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Junghans 1972 Chronoscope & Mega Solar Watch Releases

Junghans 1972 Chronoscope & Mega Solar Watch Releases

Those on a relative budget wanting a nice sport watch should take a good look at the 1972 collection of timepieces from German brand Junghans. Often known for their atomic clock controlled watches, Junghans has an interesting assortment of both modern and vintage inspired quartz or mechanical watches. The 1972 collection takes direction and inspiration from sport-themed watches made in that era. Though, there is a slick modern edge to the designs which fits the brand’s larger collection of timepieces. I do enjoy how they took a classic look and updated it a bit.

Junghans is among the few brands that uses many movements derived from Seiko. The 1972 collection currently has three movement options, and I believe that at least two of them are Seiko Japanese quartz calibers. Two of the movements are “Solar” meaning that they use light to recharge the batteries.

Junghans 1972 Chronoscope & Mega Solar Watch Releases

Junghans 1972 Chronoscope & Mega Solar Watch Releases

There are a few interesting quirks within this watch that prospective buyers should be familiar with. The most important of which is that the crystal, which is not sapphire as you could anticipate. Instead, Junghans Fake Watch Replica gets a bit retro-nostalgic and utilizes a highly domed plexiglass crystal using a SICRALAN coating. The most common watch to utilize a crystal is the Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch. That said, the effect is subtle at best. A practical reason is that you can achieve a great deal more dramatically domed crystals at plexiglass than sapphire crystal without as much visual distortion. I believe this is because the plexiglass ones are easier to contour and consequently suppliers have more control over it although I am not entirely sure. What I do know for a fact is that when this watch had the specific same style and form of crystal in synthetic sapphire, compared to plexiglass, the price would jump right up a lot.The rear of this watch comes with an exhibition caseback with a view to the movement, however that crystal is also not sapphire — but rather mineral crystal. Given this crystal is level and not prone to scratching, that doesn’t matter much. Oh, and what happens if the plexiglass crystal scratches? The fantastic thing is that it’s relatively inexpensive to replace. You merely need to endure the lengthy wait times and frequently large service costs associated with modern day mechanical watch repair. It’s only that simple.My only beef with the crystal is the quantity of glare. There’s definitely some AR-coating on it, but nowadays if there’s a rounded crystal and no top-applied anti-reflective coating, ” I am going to be subtracting points out of my level of endorsement of a wristwatch. If you’ve been reading my reviews lately, then you understand that I am getting pretty hard on brands for it. The Germans are now one of the very best at having very well-done AR-coated crystals. It is entirely possible there are limits with plexiglass — and also the warmth is in factn’t that bad — but in general, I need most watches with way more AR coating.

The 1972 collection watches each have a 43.3mm wide steel case, with a rotating diver’s bezel in either steel or black tone. The case designs are masculine and attractive with a distinct vintage twist. You’ll find an assortment of strap options as well as a nice metal bracelet. The dials have a sapphire crystal and the cases are water resistant to 100 meters.

Entry level for the collection is the 1972 Chronoscope Quartz watch. This has a 60 minute chronograph and 24 hour display (AM/PM indicator), along with the date. There are three dial color options (black with orange, blue and white, or white and black). While basic, these are arguably the best looking of the bunch and are priced at 549 Euros.

Junghans 1972 Chronoscope & Mega Solar Watch Releases

Junghans 1972 Chronoscope & Mega Solar Watch Releases

Next you have the 1972 Chronoscope Solar. This watch contains a quartz chronograph movement with alarm. The movement is also light powered. Seiko fans will clearly recognize this movement. Aside from some color changes and a different dial, this watch is similar in theme to the 1972 Chronoscope Quartz. These 1972 Chronoscope Solar watches will retail for 649 Euros. Topping the current 1972 collection is the 1972 Mega Solar. Based on the existing Junghans Manual Wind Watches Replica Mega Solar collection, this watch contains their popular atomic clock controlled, solar powered quartz movement. You can find this movement in other pieces as well. The analog display is augmented with a small LCD screen on the dial. These pieces offer an interesting take on the retro 1972 theme with a complication and function that would not have been available in that era. This Junghans 1972 Mega Solar retails for 699 Euros.

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