As in previous years, Leinfelder Uhren München had a presence at the German watch show Munichtime, where they unveiled the new Elysium three-handers and Meridian chronographs.
From October 28 to 30, the Bayerischer Hof luxury hotel in the heart of Munich had dedicated its ballroom and gallery to the wondrous world of watchmaking. On more than 15,000 square feet, numerous renowned watch brands exhibited their collections. Over 10,000 visitors came to take a look at the latest models—among them the two new collections by Leinfelder Uhren München.
The new Leinfelder Elysium models certainly were a colorful highlight. Resplendent in pink, green, yellow, and blue, the design of these new three-handers is just as unique as their wearers’ personalities. At the heart of these timepieces, the hand-wound L-H01 mechanical movement by Uhren-Werke-Dresden beats its steady pulse. “The watches certainly made a splash, drawing the attention of many visitors”, says Stefan Blum, CEO at Leinfelder Uhren München. “These models deserve the distinction “Made in Germany”, as 95% of their components are manufactured in Germany.”
Watch lovers with a penchant for casually elegant chronographs were drawn to the new Meridian models. An essential feature of their striking design, the long, curved push-pieces operating the stop-watch mechanism were specially designed for this model. “With our new watches, we were able to demonstrate our versatility and creativity”, Stefan Blum concludes.