$327,00 ($272,50 excl. EU VAT)
Reduced design, a fresh, colorful style and “form follows function”, this is what the watch brand BAUHAUS brings to the table, true to the philosophy of the namesake design school. The new Bauhaus watc hbrand celebrates the acquisition of the watch assembly and the according Bauhaus building of the former VEB Uhrenwerke Ruhla by the family-run watch company POINTtec. This building, in which our watch brands ZEPPELIN and IRON ANNIE have already been produced for decades, was built in 1929 in the Bauhaus style based on designs by the famous Jena architects Schreiter & Schlag and today is one of Ruhlas most important historical buildings.
Available on backorder
At your place from March 7, 2024
30-day return policy
|11 × 12 × 8 mm
|Man / Woman
|Case Diameter (millimeters)
With a sharp Minimalist style, this Bauhaus Day / Date 2162-1 watch has something to appeal to fans of automatic watches at low prices and with solid movements.
Day / Date
Probably the most accessible model of the Germanic House, the Bauhaus Day / Date has it all.
This timepiece has a white dial, highlighted by Minimalist-style stick indexes and surrounded by Arabic numerals. Harmony obliges, the logo “Bauhaus” comes here to be placed in place and is accompanied by the inscription “Automatic” color black.
This same color is found, like a cherry at the top of a cake, at the tip of the seconds hand. Something to offer a subtle and elegant touch of detail.
Finally, brown leather comes here to bring a sporty note to this German timepiece with the Nippon movement.
The Miyota 8285 movement, Japan Made, recognized for its robustness and longevity, equips the Bauhaus 2162-1 model. Possessing 21 jewels, it benefits from a date complication at 3 o’clock as well as an autonomy of 40 hours.
Practical, a stop-second and a manual winding are integrated into the movement.
The first allows for precise adjustment and measurement of the time, the second for winding the power reserve via the crown at 3 o’clock.
Finally, the timepiece has a transparent glass case, allowing the wearer to observe the mechanism in any condition …