Junkers has confirmed the relaunch of the eponymous watch brand.
It marks its return following the termination of its manufacturing contract with the previous manufacturer.
The Junkers family has launched a new collection, which initially debuted at February’s Inhorgenta show in Munich.
The brand is now headed up by Charlotte Junkers, the great-granddaughter of the founder of the original engineering company, Hugo Junkers.
In what the brand sees as a ‘new beginning’, the new collection has been inspired by Bauhaus and offers wristwatches in both quartz and mechanical movements.
The quartz collection prices start at around $250 while the automatic pieces are equipped with a Miyota movements at entry level, ranging up to a chronograph with Sellita’s SW510, are priced at $1,800.
The brand went on to confirm the core segment of the collection is priced under $600.