Mondaine SBB

Mondaine SBB

The station clock used by the SBB, the Swiss Federal Railways is a legendary piece of Swiss design. It tells the time at almost every station in Switzerland. In 1944, Hans Hilfiker, a Swiss Engineer and Designer and employee of the Federal Swiss Railways, created a clock, which has become known as the «Official Swiss Railways Clock». 1986 it made the leap from the station platform to the wrist.

Mondaine Helvetica

Mondaine Helvetica is discreet, in a tempered recognizable form. The date aperture is slightly off its traditional central axis position to fit in with the typography of the dial. The Helvetica number «1» with its famous curved crossbar has been used as model for the lugs.

Helvetica, perhaps the most popular and widespread font ever created. Originally known as Haas Grotesk, Helvetica_ was created at the Haas Type Foundry near Basel in 1957 by Haas business manager Eduard Hoffmann and Swissgraphic artist Max Miedinger.


Mondaine Helvetica
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Mondaine SBB Clocks

Ingenuity and simplicity are the elements, which often distinguish an attractive piece of design from a truly iconic design classic.

The simple design, the unmistakable easy-to-read face, distinctive hands and the famous red seconds hand have made the Mondaine collection successful the world over.


Mondaine SBB Clocks