History of Juvenia Watches
more than a century, Juvenia has been producing fine, innovative luxury timepieces. The
factory headquarters are still situated in La-Chaux-de-Fonds, the town where Jacques
Didisheim settled in 1860 to found the company.
Watchmaking Achievements of Juvenia Watches
With such a long-standing record for timepieces innovation, Juvenia continues to produce fine watches with innovative characteristics and function. The Mystere watch, for example, available in men's and women's designs, features an unusual see-through bezel treatment where the dial seems to float. The self-winding Planet watch replaces traditional hands with well-positioned circles that revolve around the dial center much like the planets in a solar system. Another watch featuring an amazing "handless" display is the Sextant watch, where a "graduated limb" indicates hours, a "compass" hand indicates minutes and a "Dauphine" sweep second hand records seconds.
Notable Characteristics of Juvenia Watches
Juvenia features automatic Valjoux 7750 and quartz movements in cases made of stainless steel, steel and gold, and 18k gold; sapphire crystals; gilt dials with raised indices; high quality leather straps, including sharkskin and crocodile, with deployment buckles.