A few weeks ago, we discussed our favorite five German watches. The post became the most popular of 2012 so we're back for another round of favorites from just north of Switzerland.
Our feature watch at the top is the stunning Nomos Zurich Blaugold which was introduced at Baselworld 2012 and will be on sale shortly in the Nomos Store.
Here are three more great timepieces we'd be glad to have as part of our collection.
1. Stowa Antea Small Second. Heavily influenced by the Bauhaus School, this Stowa features excellent legibility in a simple and high-quality casing.
2. Max Bill Chronoscope by Junghans with calfskin buckle strap, elegant stainless steel case, and chronograph functionality.
3. Mühle-Glashütte Teutonia II Kleine Sekunde. A timeless dress watch with an intricate guilloche finish and automatic movement.
What's your favorite German watch? Tell us in the comments area below.