This watch is a lot more complicated than it looks. But also a lot simpler. We’ve described Ochs und Junior’s watches as “rigorously simple” in the past, and this latest addition is no exception. The Ochs und Junior Perpetual Calendar uses just nine additional parts, and a completely number and letter–free display to add a perpetual calendar to a simple time-and-date movement. Back in June we gave you an early look at this new watch, but last week I got some real wrist time with a production model and have to say, I didn’t want to send it back home to Lucerne… More at Hodinkee.
Now that is a watch.