Mühle-Glashütte Teutonia II Weltzeit

The Teutonia II Weltzeit by Mühle-Glashütte is a practical and stylish companion for travelers. It not only shows them the time in both their current location and a second time zone but also features a bidirectional bezel marked with the names of cities that can be used to determine the time in 24 different time zones all over the globe.

The ‘city ring’, which is positioned on the outer edge of the face, provides not one, but two impressive functions: Together with the gold-plated index at the 9 o’clock position, it reminds wearers of the zone time the watch is currently set to display when the city name for this time zone is synchronised with the index.

On top of this, the ring can also be used to view the time in an impressive 24 time zones worldwide when used in combination with the watch’s inner 24-hour scale and GMT hand. If the GMT hand is showing the time in Mühle’s home town of Glashütte, for example, wearers can simply rotate the bezel until the name of the town is in the same position as the GMT hand, thus enabling them to read the time (in full hours) in this and all other time zones on the inner 24-hour scale.

The Teutonia II Weltzeit features a stunning midnight blue face that makes reading the time in any zone a particularly sophisticated experience and when it comes to style and elegance, the fine sunray finish in the middle of the face is the icing on top of the cake. As the light falls on the watch, this attractive finish reflects it in different directions, thus giving the face a unique dynamic appearance. Unpolished surfaces and the lower area that is home to the Teutonia’s hand-applied indices, which are bevelled on the side, help to give the face a clear layout so that each of its different time measurements stands out and is easy to read.

The watch’s stunning centrepiece is perfectly complemented by its high-quality stainless steel case. The middle of the case not only features Mühle’s characteristic vertical finish carefully applied by hand but also a typical feature of the Teutonia family in the form of scrolled lugs, the top surface of which is finely polished just like the bezel.

Technical details

SW 330-1, automatic; Mühle version with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Second time zone / 24-hour display with world time function
Fast date correction
42-hr power reserve

Brushed/polished stainless steel with a bidirectional inner bezel
Domed and anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Ø 41.0 mm; H 13.0 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars

Midnight blue with a sunray finish
Applied indices
Gold-plated (GMT display) and bright nickel-plated numerals and indices

Crocodile leather or stainless steel strap with a stainless steel butterfly clasp
Screwed strap attachment bridges

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