Benzinger Zeitsprung II
Jochen Benzinger’s classic interpretation of the ‘Zeitsprung’ jumping hour timepiece is based upon a rare vintage Kasper manual movement from ca. 1970. The movement features a jumping hour displayed in an oversized window at 12 o’clock, a creeping minute display at 6 o’clock and running centre second hand.
The simplicity and elegance of this one-off piece is showcased in a massive rose gold case with hand-fluted bezel and signature Benzinger hand-turned onion crown, offset against a hand-guilloched, ivory dial set under sapphire crystal.
However, the true appeal of this watch is reserved for the wearer. Jochen Benzinger’s genius as a watch ennobler is visible through the sapphire crystal case back which affords a view into the ornately hand-skeltonised movement.
Every aspect of this unique timepiece is about the art of horology – Zeitsprung will be a pleasure to wear and own.