On the first weekend of November, once again, Munichtime opened its doors to watch enthusiasts from all over Germany. For the second time, Leinfelder Uhren München was part of the show with their own booth and a new model. 


A total of 80 manufacturers congregated on this most important event in the German watch industry. Between November 4 and 6, 2011, almost 12,000 watch aficionados visited the fair. And once again, Leinfelder Uhren München was there with their own booth, leveraging this ideal setting to present their latest model to the public. 


The Leinfelder Meridian Chronograph blends precise craftsmanship with a technically sophisticated caliber. A slightly domed, scratch-resistant sapphire glass protects the Meridian Chronograph's prime feature: the sunray-finished watch face. The concentric finish applied to the circular surface lets the reflected light wander in a circle as the watch moves on the wearer's wrist. The cross-section of the steel case is reminiscent of the column capitals of Antiquity. Watch fans visiting the Munich fair were among the first to set eyes upon this latest addition to the Leinfelder collection.