Braun Introduces Its First Swiss-Made Timepiece

Braun’s legacy of good design values lives on in its latest limited edition watch collection. Inspired by the Bauhaus movement led by Dieter Rams and his protégé Dietrich Lubs, these watches embody the principles of order, clarity, and simplicity. With only 150 pieces available, each watch is a part of Braun’s historic design project, marking their first foray into Swiss-made timepieces.

The seamless connection between the rubber strap and stainless steel case creates a clean and consistent profile, while the iconic yellow-tipped secondhand and red chevron date indicator pay homage to Braun’s design heritage.

Braun Unveils Its First Swiss-Made Timepiece

With a full view of the Swiss ETA 2892A2 automatic movement through the exhibition case-back, this watch is not only beautiful but also built to last and be sustainable. Designed to keep up with your busy lifestyle, this limited edition watch is a true testament to Braun’s commitment to functionality, quality, and simple aesthetics.

Braun Unveils Its First Swiss-Made Timepiece

The watch comes in two captivating versions, boasting either a sleek texturized matte black or a polished stainless steel finish.  You can secure your very own by pre-ordering now through Braun’s official website. Priced at $911 USD, this timepiece offers a perfect blend of elegance and exclusivity.