Watches from Junghans are the epitome of high quality from Germany.
From its headquarters in the small town of Schramberg in the Black Forest, Junghans began to write business and architectural history in 1861. By 1903 Junghans was the biggest watch factory in the world. Soon after that, the company built a terraced structure that towered above the factory and can be still seen from afar today. The workstations were the most modern of their day. Junghans remains committed to its production complex in Schramberg today. Here it combines traditional craftsmanship with state-of-the-art technology and the design heritage created by decades of successful watchmaking.
- Berlin, Friedrichstraße 81
- Berlin, Kurfürstendamm 214 - 215
- Bremen, Sögestraße 47
- Frankfurt, Airport Terminal 1
- Frankfurt, An der Hauptwache 7
- Jungfernstieg 8
- Hamburg, Mönckebergstraße 19
- Munich, Weinstraße 11
- Stuttgart, Kirchstrasse 3