From October 30 to November 1, the world of premium watches came together at the Munich five-star hotel Bayerischer Hof. In the hotel’s stately 15,000-square-foot ballroom, numerous watch brands showed off their timepieces and innovations. For the eighth time now, the Munichtime in its magnificent setting drew crowds of illustrious guests.
On the ballroom’s gallery, Leinfelder Uhren München revealed its latest collection to the public: The Elysium classic by Leinfelder was easily one of the highlights of the show. It embodies contemporary understatement Made in Germany. The L-H01 hand-wound caliber by Uhren-Werke-Dresden is cradled by a shapely gold case. This model is yet another striking example of Leinfelder's signature tapering design. Another highlight was the Leinfelder Meridian chronograph. This revised version is a casual contemporary update of the popular Leinfelder timepiece. At the heart of this watch sits a slim mechanical chronograph movement enveloped by a shapely steel case. The long, curved push-pieces operating the stop-watch mechanism were specially designed to complement the overall design of this model.
Even Prof. Dr. Ulrich L. Rohde, avid watch aficionado and co-founder of Leinfelder Uhren München, could not resist the inimitable masterpieces and was visibly pleased by the elegance and craftsmanship, which manifest in these watches. His passion and enthusiasm for one-of-a-kind watches run in the family, as evidenced by his father, co-founder of Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG, who invented the first portable quartz chronometer.