We love this watch - it's the watch with no dial.
This is a watch best viewed sitting down. The surprise of seeing a Jochen Benzinger watch in person for the first time can cause dizziness, and a feeling of euphoria. Instead of using a traditional dial, Jochen hand engraves everything, including the dial plate so that the movement is exposed from the front and back.
And speaking of the back, we'll let the picture do the talking. The combination of silver and gold colors, different engraving styles and patterns, skeletonization, and even blued wheels makes this a watch that you could wear backside up.
Jochen is indeed the master, and this watch is the proof. Everything is done by hand, using original engraving and engine turning machines, many of which are antiques. We invite you to learn more about how Jochen Benzinger creates watches by clicking here
. You'll also see the very machines and workshop where he works.
This watch is manually winding with a power reserve of 44 hours, and features a sub seconds hand at 6. Sapphire crystals on both sides. The presentation box is elaborate, and naturally features engraved plates describing and naming the watch.
This watch ships with a black Benzinger calf leather strap and deployant buckle.