Jochen Benzinger Classic Blue Ray

Hand-guilloched and hand-skeletonized
• Watch diameter (mm): 42.0
• Watch height (mm): 11.0
• Lug width (mm): 22
• Lug to lug (mm): 51
• Case back: Transparent
• Case metal: Stainless steel
• Dial color: Blue
• Front crystal: Sapphire
• Movement: Manual mechanical
• Manufacturer's limited warranty: 2 years
• Strap or bracelet: Strap
• Warranty service: RGM or Benzinger

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Jochen Benzinger Classic Blue Ray
Jochen Benzinger Classic Blue Ray

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Jochen Benzinger Classic Blue Ray
Jochen Benzinger Classic Blue Ray
Jochen Benzinger Classic Blue Ray
Jochen Benzinger Classic Blue Ray
Product Details

Jochen Benzinger is considered one of the world's best watch artisans for engraving, guilloche dials and skeletonized movements. Jochen lives and works near the Black Forest region of Germany, and that is where he creates masterpieces.  All his work done is completely by hand using machines that are, in many cases, over 100 years old.  You can learn more about how Jochen Benzinger creates watches by clicking here.  You'll also see the very machines and workshop where he works. 

With this watch Jochen proves again why his old-world craftsmanship skills are among the elite in his profession.



In contrast to his Subskription and Regulator models, the timepieces in Jochen’s "Classic” series offer a more traditional layout with the hour and minute hands typically mounted together on a central post. However, these watches are far from simple. They feature hand-guilloched and hand-skeletonized features that do not just catch the eye, they tend to draw a crowd. Jochen designs and completes all his creations in-house along with a group of German master watchmakers.

This watch features a multi-layered dial in sterling silver that is hand-guilloched and hand-skeletonized. The lower dial is decorated in a ray guilloche that is finished in a blue Galvano, and the top dial is embellished in a ribbon guilloche with a Breguet frost finish. The steel Breguet-style hands are rose gold plate. 

The guilloched groundplate is finished in blue platinum, which is viewable via the skeletonized seconds register at 6. The transparent case back reveals the hand-guilloched, skeletonized, and engraved movement that is decorated in white rhodium, purple, and navy. Additionally, the movement features flame-blued screws and swan neck regulation.

The case is made in Pforzheim with high grade steel, has a combination of polished and brushed finishes, and features a sapphire crystal on the front and back.

This watch ships with a calf leather strap and a stainless steel buckle.



How Can I Purchase This Watch?

This watch is available by special order as it is hand made.

If you would like to own this watch, please follow the link below to learn about the reservations process.  Watches will be delivered in the exact order in which we receive your reservation.

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Watch specifications are provided by the respective watch manufacturer and/or other sources. Although we use best efforts to provide accurate information, we reserve the right to make corrections when advised of specification changes and/or content errors.


The Rose Engine


The rose engine is a type of geometric lathe, many of which date back more than 100 years.

Operated entirely by hand, each cut must be precisely made or the entire watch component is ruined and must be started again.

There are very few craftsmen in the world who are trained as experts in the operations of rose engines, engine turning and hand guilloche, and these techniques are employed in all Jochen Benzinger watches.


Rose Engine

















The Graver


This hand tool is the same as employed by the 16th century German painter and engraver Albrecht Durer.

Jochen Benzinger uses these graver tools to cut and decorate movement parts.

Watch Graver















Skeleton Saw


A skeleton saw (or "fine fretsaw") is usually associated with work done by master goldsmiths, but Jochen Benzinger use this tool to create the skeletonizing of the bridges.

Watch Skeletonizating






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