An underdog or a wallflower? Neither! Taupe has long been a favorite of fashion designers, as the subtle color exudes a sense of noble restraint and complements many outfits with confident elegance. The name derives from the sophisticated nuance of the mole, which is called “taupe” in French. The unobtrusive color also has its own special appeal on the wrist, which, for the Augsburg Taupe and Aachen Taupe watches, is further enhanced by the filigree sunburst finish. The radiant white numerals, indices and hands stand out in the best contrast. The use of glowing Superluminova C1 Blue Line coating, with an expressive luminescent bluish hue, ensures perfect readability at night and in poor light conditions. The dial design of the Augsburg Taupe mirrors the historical “Baumuster A” (= dial type A) of the observation watches from the 1940s.
automatic movement Laco 21 basic movement Miyota 821 A second hand stop