You May Have To Reset This Watch In A Million Years
For a century, the workers at Germany's Junghans lovingly turned out hand-crafted cuckoo clocks and communion watches. But the Black Forest's lush greenery afforded no shelter against the heat of low-cost competition from Asia, and Junghans sank deeply into the red in the 1980s. Now, the Schramberg company is battling back--with what must be the world's most accurate wristwatch.
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