For the first time since its establishment in 2007, Swiss watch brand Jaermann & Stübi will be exhibiting its unique golfing timepieces at this year's Baselworld in the exclusive hall 1.1. Baselworld, the world watch and jewelry show will be reaching new heights this year: The stand structures will be of unique quality and even more impressive than in the past. This will make Baselworld the creative highlight for stand architecture. Jaermann & Stübi is living up to this claim with its completely redesigned stand.

The Swiss watch brand's booth will be located in the exclusive hall 1.1.
Baselworld, the world watch and jewelry show will be reaching new heights this year: The stand structures will be of unique quality and even more impressive than in the past. This will make Baselworld the creative highlight for stand architecture. Jaermann & Stübi is living up to this claim with its completely redesigned stand.

The brand Jaermann & Stübi is benefiting from the worldwide golfing boom and offers ambitious golfers a un ique watch with a patented and shock - resistant counter mechanism.

This year's collection includes a further timepiece inspired by a golfing legend and created by Jaermann & Stübi in the context of the "Faldo Series"’ – a successful non - profit organization , which promotes talented young golfers around the world. A watch, whose case was forged from the golf clubs used by Sir Nick Faldo to win the 1997 Los Angeles Open, his last tournament as a professional golfer. Each watch case of the limited edition of 72 timepieces can be ascribed to one of the irons used by Nick, which makes the remarkable watch all the more unique.

In addition, Jaermann & Stübi will be presenting other items from its collection to interested members of the public, including the “Trans - Atlantik" or the recently launched ladies' watch "Queen of Golf".