Mühle-Glashütte ProMare Go BRONZE Limited Edition

German watchmaker Mühle-Glashütte has announced a ‘final edition’ of its ProMare sports watch. Limited to just 300 pieces, this diving timepiece features an exclusive bronze case that makes every watch truly unique.

Mühle-Glashütte ProMare Go BRONZE Limited Edition

The ProMare Go BRONZE gets both its name and its individual character from its bronze case. The middle section of the case and the inlay of the bidirectional bezel are made of aluminium bronze, a freshwater and saltwater-resistant alloy that is also the material of choice for propellers in the world of shipbuilding.

Mühle-Glashütte ProMare Go BRONZE Limited Edition

Another feature of this bronze case is that it forms a characteristic patina over time, which in turn protects the material underneath against seawater and other environmental influences. The visible bronze areas of the case are complemented by elements made of stainless steel in the case of contact areas such as the back of the case, the screw-in crown and the bezel. This combination of materials makes the watch extremely comfortable to wear. What’s more, it also ensures the permanent functionality of its moving parts, which are cleverly designed not to bond when the bronze patina develops.

Mühle-Glashütte ProMare Go BRONZE Limited Edition

The case itself is water-resistant up to 30 bars and features a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal that is 2.5 millimetres thick, allowing the wearers of a ProMare Go BRONZE to admire the deep blue face of their trophy at any time. To ensure excellent readability at all times of day and night, the face features large, sporty hands and applied indices with a generous coating of luminous material.

Mühle-Glashütte ProMare Go BRONZE Limited Edition

This wristwatch houses the SW 200-1 Mühle version movement. In line with the rules of the exclusive art of Glashütte-based watchmaking, the movement is enhanced by the finest Glashütte grained finishes and fitted with the efficient Mühle rotor and the company’s patented particularly shockproof woodpecker neck fine regulation.

Mühle-Glashütte ProMare Go BRONZE Limited Edition

These impressive components allow it to be regulated in six different positions and set to ensure accuracy values of between 0 and a maximum of +8 seconds per day. This precision target forms the heart of Mühle’s own regulation standards, which comply with the German chronometer standard, and helps to ensure that the watch never runs slow.

Technical details

Model name: ProMare Go BRONZE

Movement
SW 200-1, automatic; Mühle version with patented woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop-second
Fast date correction
41-hr power reserve

Case
Brushed/polished bronze
Bidirectional bezel made of stainless steel with a bronze inlay
2.5 mm thick domed and anti-glare sapphire crystal
Stainless steel back with a transparent panel
Screw-in stainless steel crown
Diameter: 42.0 mm
Thickness: 12.2 mm
Water-resistant to 30 bars

Dial
Blue dial
Applied indices
Hour markers and hands coated in Super LumiNova

Strap
Leather or leather/rubber strap with a stainless steel pin buckle

Edition
Limited edition of 300 pieces

Mühle-Glashütte S.A.R. Rescue-Timer 20th Anniversary Limited Edition in 18-carat Yellow Gold

German watchmaker Mühle-Glashütte marks the 20th anniversary of its first sea rescue watch by unveiling a special edition S.A.R. Rescue-Timer.

The S.A.R. Rescue-Timer from Mühle-Glashütte celebrates its 20th anniversary at the German Maritime Search and Rescue Service (DGzRS). In February 2002 the first S.A.R. Rescue-Timer were consigned to the foremen of the DGzRS. Since then, this robust timepiece has not only had to prove itself in the arduous everyday life of the sea rescuers on the North Sea and Baltic Sea, but also with sports and sailing enthusiasts.

Mühle-Glashütte S.A.R. Rescue-Timer 20th Anniversary Limited Edition in 18-carat Yellow Gold

The family-owned, nautical timing instrument company celebrates this outstanding achievement with a limited edition in 18 carat gold.

Since 2002, the iconic brand has crafted over 10,000 S.A.R. Rescue-Timers. In addition to the well-known advantages of the S.A.R. Rescue-Timer includes a 4mm thick, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, which allows an unclouded view of the extremely legible dial at all times.

This timepiece is equipped with the SW 200-1 Mühle version. Each movement has been elaborately adjusted in six positions, with the in-house rotor and the particularly shock-proof woodpecker neck fine adjustment.

Mühle-Glashütte S.A.R. Rescue-Timer 20th Anniversary Limited Edition in 18-carat Yellow Gold

It 42-millimetre case can withstand an enormous water pressure of up to 100 bar (1,000 meters). It spotlights an exciting mix of materials in the anniversary edition, which is limited to 20 pieces. The middle section of the S.A.R. Rescue-Timer GOLD is made of 18-carat yellow gold.

It contains a very high fine gold content of 70 grams in total. The golden surfaces of the middle part are finely polished, which perfectly underlines the noble character of the exclusive anniversary edition.

Mühle-Glashütte S.A.R. Rescue-Timer 20th Anniversary Limited Edition in 18-carat Yellow Gold

The noble appearance of the case is continued on the matt black dial in gold-plated hands. These are also made in yellow gold, so they have a high contrast to the dial and thus ensure very good readability. They trace their path over indices and orientation triangles, which, unlike the series watch, are coated with pure white luminous material.

The dial is complemented by a golden rehaut and the well-known rubber bezel of the S.A.R. Rescue-Timer. Its basis is a stainless steel core, which is covered with black, shock-absorbing natural rubber.

Mühle-Glashütte S.A.R. Rescue-Timer 20th Anniversary Limited Edition in 18-carat Yellow Gold

The other components of the case are designed to match: not only is the screwed stainless steel case back coated in black PVD (physical vapor deposition), but also the screw-down crown and the four screws on the strap bars. They hold the rubber strap specially made for Mühle-Glashütte securely on the S.A.R. Rescue-Timer GOLD.

The bracelet is closed with a black stainless steel folding clasp including an extension. It is provided with a durable diamond-like carbon coating (DLC), which makes the clasp less sensitive to wear and tear.

Mühle-Glashütte S.A.R. Rescue-Timer 20th Anniversary Limited Edition in 18-carat Yellow Gold

The S.A.R. Rescue-Timer GOLD will be supplied inside a special edition box inspired by the appearance and design of the marine chronometers from Nautische Instrumente Mühle-Glashütte.

The cabinet is made of wood. Like the marine chronometer, it has a cover with a viewing window. So the S.A.R. Rescue-Timer GOLD watch can be admired not only at the time you wear but also when you keep it in the case.

Technical details

Model: S.A.R. Rescue-Timer GOLD

Movement
Caliber SW 200-1, automatic; Mühle version with patented woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Second stop
Date quick correction
41 hour power reserve

Case
18k yellow gold with rubber bezel and screwed black PVD-coated stainless steel back
4 mm thick, anti-reflective sapphire crystal with a magnifying glass inserted from the inside
Stainless steel screw-down crown, black PVD-coated
Diameter: 42.0 mm
Thickness: 13.5 mm
Water resistant up to 100 bar (1,000 meters)

Dial
Black dial with gold-plated hands
Hour indices and hands coated with Super-LumiNova, highly luminescent

Wristband
Rubber strap with stainless steel folding clasp (black DLC-coated) and extension
Screwed strap bars, stainless steel screws with black PVD coating

Edition
Limited edition of 20 pieces

Mühle-Glashütte Panova Red

In addition to its existing blue, green and grey designs, the Panova by Nautische Instrumente Mühle-Glashütte is now also available with a stunning red face.

Mühle-Glashütte Panova Red

The eye-catching face of the Panova also features a finely grained finish that causes its bold red colour to vary depending on the light, changing from a dark shade to a lighter shade.

Mühle-Glashütte Panova Red

The new dial colour is complemented by a selection of two straps that can be easily changed in a matter of seconds and fit all existing models. For a sporty approach to life, the textile strap in black with grey stripes is not only practical but also perfectly complements the black indices and brushed stainless steel case of the Panova Red. Its sophisticated alternative is a black leather strap with a retro surface finish.

Mühle-Glashütte Panova Red

The case itself is water-resistant up to 10 bars and features a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and a screw-in crown, thus providing reliable protection for the watch’s precise automatic movement. As in other models, the SW 200-1 Mühle version movement inside the case continues to excel thanks to its efficient Mühle rotor and particularly shockproof woodpecker neck regulation.

Mühle-Glashütte Panova Red

These impressive components allow it to be regulated in six different positions and set to ensure accuracy values of between 0 and a maximum of +8 seconds per day. This precision target forms the heart of Mühle’s own regulation standards, which comply with the German chronometer standard, and helps to ensure that the watch never runs slow.

Technical details

Model: Panova Red

Movement
SW 200-1 automatic Mühle version with patented woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop-second
38-hr power reserve

Case
Brushed stainless steel
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Screw-in crown
Case dimensions: Ø 40.0 mm; H 10.4 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars

Dial
Red dial
Hour markers and hands coated in Super LumiNova

Strap
Textile or leather strap with a stainless steel pin buckle

Mühle-Glashütte New Teutonia IV Models

Mühle-Glashütte adds four new models to its Teutonia IV family. What’s more, the watch manufacturer is also exploring new dimensions with its Teutonia IV Chronograph, the smallest chronograph in the Mühle collection with a diameter of just 39 millimetres.

The Teutonia IV Moonphase, which was launched in 2019, was the first watch with a moon phase display in the collection of the independent family company from the German town of Glashütte.

Mühle-Glashütte New Teutonia IV Models 2021

Now, two years on, this family of watches is celebrating another triumph by welcoming the company’s smallest chronograph. The new sporty yet elegant medium chronograph with a diameter of 39 millimetres is the ultimate highlight of the new introductions, which also include a classic business watch with a large small-second display and two colourful women’s models with pastel blue and raspberry-coloured faces as the new siblings of the Teutonia IV Moonphase.

The Teutonia IV Chronograph

The smallest chronograph in the current Mühle collection bears the closest resemblance to its big brother, the Teutonia IV Moonphase.

The defining feature of the family’s new medium chronograph is its 39-millimetre stainless steel case, which is attached to Mühle’s known and loved black and blue leather strap with a lighter coloured lining. The case houses a white face with applied indices and clearly marked minute graduation with small blue second and minute numerals.

Mühle-Glashütte New Teutonia IV Chronograph

The same blue colour can also be found in its lance-shaped hour and minute hands as well as the smaller hands in the small-second display in the 9 o’clock position and the chronograph display, all of which extend to the perfect length for clear readings on their respective time scales.

Mühle-Glashütte New Teutonia IV Chronograph

This timepiece is powered by Mühle’s MU 9419 chronograph movement, which features a Glashütte three-quarter plate with a removable escape wheel bridge and the classic Glashütte click.

Mühle-Glashütte New Teutonia IV Chronograph

The movement is also sure to impress wearers with its efficient Mühle rotor and, last but by no means least, the patented particularly shockproof woodpecker neck regulation. Once its components have been carefully finished and assembled, the Mühle movement is put to the test in six different positions and set to achieve accuracy values of between 0 and a maximum of +8 seconds per day.

This precision target complies with the German chronometer standard and Mühle’s own regulation standards to ensure that no wearer of a Mühle watch is ever too late because of their time measuring instrument.

The Teutonia IV Small Second

Mühle’s new Teutonia IV Small Second features a dark dial. The case of this timeless business watch is made of high-quality stainless steel and has a diameter of 41 millimetres. As is typical of the Teutonia family, the middle of the case features a vertical finish carefully applied by hand. The top surfaces of the volute-shaped lugs are finely polished and perfectly harmonise with the straightforward design of the bezel of the Teutonia IV Small Second.

Mühle-Glashütte New Teutonia IV Small Second with black dial

Even more harmony is added by the clean-cut design of the face of the new Mühle watch, which conceals a SW 461-1 Mühle version movement with a large small-second and large date.

The date display of the Teutonia IV Small Second is around 30 percent larger than that of comparable watches. As a result, it not only makes it easy for wearers to read the date but also compliments the large small-second display to give the face an extremely balanced appearance.

The Teutonia IV Lady

The Teutonia IV Lady watch is available with a pastel blue face or a raspberry-red bi-colour design and thus offers plenty of feminine elegance for wearers with a discerning sense of style. The case of the Teutonia IV Lady has a diameter of 33.5 millimetres, thus making it ideal for even the most delicate of wrists.

Mühle-Glashütte New Teutonia IV Lady with pastel blue dial

While the blue-faced watch takes a more subtle approach with its pastel shade and silver-coloured hands and indices, its raspberry-coloured sibling is happy to stand out with its luxurious golden highlights in the form of intricately gold-plated lance-shaped hands and applied indices.

Mühle-Glashütte New Teutonia IV Lady with Raspberry dial

A final splash of gold is provided by the dial division, which elegantly curves around the date display in the 6 o’clock position to give the watch a perfect finishing touch.

Technical details

Model: Teutonia IV Chronograph

Movement
MU 9419 automatic movement with patented woodpecker neck regulation
Glashütte three-quarter plate, Mühle rotor and characteristic Mühle surface finishes
62-hr power reserve
Stop-second
Fast date correction

Case
Brushed/polished stainless steel
Domed and anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown
Dimensions: Ø 39.0 mm; H 14.6 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars

Strap
Leather strap with a stainless steel double folding clasp
Screwed strap attachment bridges

Dial
White dial with applied indices
Blued hands

Model: Teutonia IV Small Second

Movement
SW 461-1 automatic movement
Mühle version with patented woodpecker neck regulation, efficient Mühle rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop-second
Fast date correction
41-hr power reserve

Case
Brushed/polished stainless steel
Domed and anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown
Dimensions: Ø 41.0 mm; H 12.6 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars

Dial
Black dial with applied indices
Bright nickel-plated hands

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

Model: Teutonia IV Lady

Movement
SW 200-1 automatic movement
Mühle version with patented woodpecker neck regulation, efficient Mühle rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop-second
Fast date correction
41-hr power reserve

Case
Brushed/polished stainless steel
Domed and anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown
Dimensions: Ø 33.5 mm; H 10.2 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars

Dial
Raspberry or pastel blue
Applied indices, gold-plated or bright nickel-plated
Gold-plated or bright nickel-plated hands

Strap
Leather strap with quick-change spring bars and a stainless steel pin buckle

Mühle-Glashütte S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN

Designed for sea rescue crews, the Mühle-Glashütte S.A.R. Rescue-Timer has been accompanying the maritime rescue workers of the German Maritime Search and Rescue Service (DGzRS) on their missions since February 2002. One of its jobs is to allow clear time readings during night-time rescue missions. The lighting on sea rescue cruisers is often turned down to an absolute minimum to allow the best possible visibility at sea, but this is no problem at all for the S.A.R. Rescue-Timer.

Mühle-Glashütte S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN

With its large hands and indices fully coated in Super LumiNova, the S.A.R. Rescue-Timer shines in the night and allows its wearer to keep a precise record of timings for mission reports, even in pitch-black conditions.

The S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN features fully illuminate dial that is completely covered in Super LumiNova and provides a perfect backdrop to its skeleton hands with a black coating. The distinctive hands form a strong contrast to the cream-coloured background and also enable wearers to clearly view the date display in the 4 o’clock position.

Mühle-Glashütte S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN

The S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN takes readability at night to a whole new level. The more luminous material a watch contains, the easier it is to read in the dark. While most watches only have shining hands and indices, this new model goes one step further, turning the night into day with its entire face coated with Super LumiNova.

Mühle-Glashütte S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN

The new S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN is topped with an impressive 4mm-thick scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. These high quality standards continue throughout the solid stainless steel case.

Mühle-Glashütte S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN

In addition to its rubber bezel, the case features a screwed-down stainless steel back and a screw-in crown. This enables it to withstand powerful water pressure of up to 100 bars – perfect for a seafaring timepiece.

Mühle-Glashütte S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN

Mühle’s popular rubber or stainless strap keeps the 42mm case firmly on its wearer’s wrist. The LUMEN model also offers a new textile strap as a third strap option. This was developed especially for the S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN and complements the colour scheme of the watch’s unique face.

Mühle-Glashütte S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN

The watch houses a reliable Swiss-made automatic movement for precise time measurements. The SW 200-1 Mühle version movement is not only equipped with the efficient Mühle rotor but also features the particularly shockproof woodpecker neck regulation and is therefore regulated in six positions. It is set to ensure accuracy values of between 0 and a maximum of +8 seconds per day. This precision target forms the heart of Mühle’s own regulation standards, which comply with the German chronometer standard, and helps to ensure that the watch never runs slow.

Mühle-Glashütte S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN

Technical details

Model: S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN

Movement
SW 200-1, automatic; Mühle version with patented woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop-second
Fast date correction
38-hr power reserve

Case
Stainless steel with a rubber bezel and a screwed-down stainless steel back
4mm thick anti-glare sapphire crystal with a reverse magnifier under the crystal
Screw-in crown
Ø 42.0 mm; H 13.5 mm
Water-resistant to 100 bars

Dial
Cream with a Super LumiNova coating and skeletonised hands

Strap
Textile strap with a stainless steel pin buckle, stainless steel strap with a folding clasp and extension or rubber strap with a stainless steel folding clasp and extension
Screwed strap attachment bridges

Mühle-Glashütte Teutonia Sport II in Racing Green

The new Teutonia Sport II in British racing green is not only inspired by the sporty design and traditional colours of the British roadsters but also goes one step further by combining these characteristics with Mühle-Glashütte’s nautical values: precision, robustness and excellent readability.

The high-quality case of the Teutonia Sport II is water-resistant up to a pressure of 10 bars. It also reliably protects both the precise engine of the automatic watch and its sophisticated instrument panel.

Mühle-Glashütte Teutonia Sport II in Racing Green

When viewing this dashboard through the double anti-glare sapphire crystal, wearers can immediately read the precise time and date. The date display is presented in perfect harmony with the small second dial at nine o’clock and features an elongated semi-circular date window.

Mühle-Glashütte Teutonia Sport II in Racing Green

The current date is visible at a glance thanks to an arrow, the light-green shade of which can also be found on the second hand and in the delicate minute graduations on the flange. This in turn surrounds a raised dark-green outer ring with applied hour indices. For perfect readability on dark roads and in dreary weather, these indices and the hands of the watch have a luminous Super-LumiNova coating.

Mühle-Glashütte Teutonia Sport II in Racing Green

For precise time measurements, the watch boasts a reliable SW 290-1 Mühle version movement. This is fitted with Mühle’s patented particularly shockproof woodpecker neck fine regulation, the matching balance cock and an efficient Mühle rotor. A complex procedure is used to regulate the movement in six positions. This procedure is based on the German chronometer standard. Every movement is individually set in the company’s manufacturing workshop to ensure accuracy values of between 0 and a maximum of +8 seconds per day.

Technical details

Model: Teutonia Sport II

Movement

SW 290-1, automatic; Mühle version with patented woodpecker neck regulation, Mühle rotor and characteristic surface finishes. Stop-second. Fast date correction. 38-hr power reserve.

Case

Brushed/polished stainless steel. Domed and double anti-glare sapphire crystal. Transparent case back. Screw-in crown. Ø 41.6 mm; H 12.8 mm. Water-resistant to 10 bars.

Strap

Black leather strap with a large perforated racing design and green lining or brown vintage leather strap with a perforated design and green lining. Stainless steel pin buckle. Screwed strap attachment bridges.

Dial

Black with a raised outer ring in British racing green. Applied indices. Hands and hour markers coated in Super LumiNova.

Mühle Glashütte New Teutonia Sport I with Tachymeter

In the 1920s, the company Mühle & Sohn started to manufacture the highly sought-after Glashütte Mühle speedometer. With its impressive tachymeter function, the new Teutonia Sport I timepiece pays tribute to this legend produced during the heyday of major automotive manufacturers in Saxony.

The red and black design of the original Teutonia Sport gave it a very Italian feel. The new Teutonia Sport I, on the other hand, reflects the German auto racing spirit. With its sleek silver design, you can’t help but remember the historic Grand Prix racing cars of the Saxon Auto Union racing around the track. In fact, with Horch, DKW and Wanderer, R. Mühle & Sohn once supplied three of the four brands in the group with its equally legendary Glashütte Mühle speedometers, as well as car clocks and rev counters.

Mühle Glashütte New Teutonia Sport I with Tachymeter

This new Mühle chronograph watch appeals to both car lovers and watch connoisseurs, especially due to the automotive design of its highly functional face. The main highlight of its design is the face’s bi-compax layout, which features a small-second display at the 9 o’clock position and a 30-minute counter next to 3 o’clock.

Just like the speedometer and rev counter in its four-wheeled counterpart, the timepiece’s totalisers are perfectly incorporated into its stylish face with stunning “Clous de Paris” embossing. The fact that the borders of these totalisers slightly slope down towards the centre of the dials adds to the watch’s automotive look.

Another highlight that puts the Teutonia Sport I in pole position is its tachymeter function. Its scale is located on the flange of the watch and can be used to measure average speeds based on a distance of 1000 metres.

With a speed range stretching to as fast as 300 kilometres an hour, this handy function should be able to keep up with even the speediest racing cars around. True petrol heads will also love to measure lap times with the chronograph function, which boasts accuracy right down to the nearest eighth of a second thanks to the watch’s movement frequency of 4 hertz or half-oscillation rate of 28,800 per hour.

The chronograph is set in motion by a large start button that stands out due to its distinctive circumferential blue line and, just like the watch’s volute-shaped lugs, its finely polished surface, which forms a stunning contrast with the middle section of the case. As is typical of the Teutonia family, the middle of the case features a vertical finish that is carefully applied by hand.

The blue shade of the button is also used to define the timepiece’s CVD-coated (chemical vapour deposition) hands and indices, as well as its tachymeter scale and second division. On the second scale, three fine indices are used to divide a second up into four even smaller units, thus enabling clear and precise measurements of as little as an eighth of a second. If the stopwatch hand stops directly on one of these fine blue lines, it gives a clear reading of two, four or sixth eighths of a second. If it comes to a halt between the indices, you can read the time recorded to the nearest one, three, five or seven eighths of a second.

With the Teutonia Sport I, stop times and above all the current time are not only easy to read but also extremely precise thanks to Mühle’s reliable MU 9419 chronograph movement. This impressive piece of equipment contains the company’s patented particularly shockproof woodpecker neck regulation and is meticulously regulated in six different positions and set to ensure accuracy values of between 0 and a maximum of +8 seconds per day.

The movement is also fitted with the company’s very own three-quarter plate, including the Glashütte click and an extra-special feature in the form of Mühle’s blue anodised anniversary rotor. With such a multitude of highlights, this new chronograph ticks all the boxes as a top-quality Mühle watch.

Technical details

Movement
MU 9419, automatic with patented woodpecker neck regulation, Glashütte three-quarter plate, blue anodised anniversary rotor and characteristic Mühle surface finishes. Stop second
Fast date correction
48-hr power reserve

Case
Brushed/polished stainless steel with a bidirectional bezel
Domed and double anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown
Ø 42.6 mm; H 15.5 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars

Dial
Silver with “Clous de Paris” embossing
Applied indices
Hour indices and hands CVD-coated and with a layer of Super LumiNova

Strap
Leather strap with a stainless steel pin buckle
Screwed strap attachment bridges

Mühle-Glashütte AOPA AeroSport Limited Edition

German watch manufacturer Mühle-Glashütte presents AOPA AeroSport, a sleek and powerful pilot’s watch created in partnership with AOPA (The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, the world’s largest association for aviation enthusiast and pilots). This limited edition of 500 pieces celebrates 80th anniversary of AOPA.

The timepieces aeronautical chops begin with a triangular PIP indicator at the bezel that can be used to calculate the length of time or as a fixed GMT function. A jet black dial is emblazoned with the AOPA logo along with white numbers and hands.

A splash of color is added with red markings at the quarters and a red tip to the minute hand for precise visibility. The result is a simple, clean look that gives a clear view of the essential information the wearer will need, especially important for pilots.

The case features a rugged coin-edge bezel and the exhibition case back reveals an elegant hand finished movement with a complete custom designed rotor. It all comes together on a supple black calf strap, designed for ultimate comfort with a stainless-steel clasp.

The Mühle-Glashütte AOPA AeroSport is an 80th Anniversary Commemorative Limited Edition of 500 pieces worldwide. Suggested retail price is US $1,899.

Technical details

AOPA logo on a jet black dial
White numbers, red indicators at 15 minute intervals, red tipped minute hand
Bezel with AOPA blue PIP indicator to calculate elapsed time or fixed GMT function
SW200 -1 Muhle Version
Custom dressed rotor with AOPA 80th Anniversary Logo
Patented Woodpecker Neck Regulation
Special AOPA Member-Only price is $1,499, US retail price is $1,899

Mühle-Glashütte Teutonia IV Mondphase

Mühle-Glashütte, the independent family company from the German town of Glashütte, has created a brand-new Teutonia model that captures the Moon for eternity in a special window above the 6 o’clock marking.

Underneath this specially formed window on the face of the watch, a lunar disc with a diameter of around ten millimetres rotates, completing a full cycle in 59 days. The disc contains not one, but two images of the Moon and is therefore able to provide a realistic day-by-day insight into its lunation from a new moon to a full moon and back to a new moon over a period of around 29.5 days.

Mühle-Glashütte Teutonia IV Mondphase watch

It also displays an extremely lifelike depiction of what the Moon looks like. This impressive feature is the result of meticulous work by the watchmakers at Mühle-Glashütte, who have carefully reproduced the large and small craters of this astronomical body located about 384,000 kilometres away.

The disc also features the night sky surrounding the Moon in dark Mühle blue lit up by a multitude of tiny stars. The moon phase display is incorporated into a light-coloured face with applied indices and clearly marked minute graduation with small blue second and minute numerals. Another blue feature of this new watch is its lance-shaped hour and minute hands and thin second hand, all of which extend to the perfect length for clear readings on their respective time scales.

The case of the watch is a prime example of top Mühle quality. As is typical of the Teutonia family, the middle of the case features the company’s characteristic vertical finish, as always carefully applied by hand. The top surfaces of the volute-shaped lugs are polished and perfectly harmonise with the extremely straightforward new design of the bezel, which in turn stunningly complements the clean-cut appearance of the Teutonia IV Mondphase.

Inside the case, which is not only attractive but also water-resistant to 10 bars, a reliable automatic movement goes about its second-by-second work. The Mühle-version SW 280-1 not only features the lunar disc produced especially for Mühle-Glashütte but is also equipped with the company’s anniversary rotor and its patented particularly shockproof woodpecker neck regulation.

On top of all this, once its components have been carefully finished and assembled, the movement is put to the test in six different positions and regulated to achieve accuracy values of between 0 and a maximum of +8 seconds per day. This precision target complies with the German chronometer standard and has the main aim of ensuring that the Teutonia IV Mondphase reliably displays the time in hours, minutes and seconds without requiring any moonlight magic.

Technical details

Movement
SW 280-1, automatic; Mühle version with patented woodpecker neck regulation, anniversary rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop-second
Fast date and moon-phase correction
38-hr power reserve

Case
Brushed/polished stainless steel
Domed and anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown
Ø 41.0 mm; H 12.6 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars

Dial
White
Applied indices
Blued hands

Strap
Leather or stainless steel strap with a stainless steel double folding clasp
Screwed strap attachment bridges

Mühle-Glashütte Robert Mühle Mondphase Limited Edition

To mark the company’s 150th anniversary year in 2019, Mühle-Glashütte created a special edition collection incorporating its third new complication designed in house. Alongside its new moon phase display, the impressive 42-millimetre-large platinum, red gold or stainless steel case of this limited special edition also houses the company’s very own up/down display and the Mühle hand date.

Mühle-Glashütte has been devoted towards achieving precise measurement for 150 years. In celebration of this fact, the manufacturing workshop based in the German town of Glashütte is launching a special edition aligned with the moon in its anniversary year of 2019.

Mühle-Glashütte Robert Mühle Mondphase Limited Edition watch

After maximum precision has defined the work and products of MühleGlashütte right from the very start, it comes as no surprise that the three new time measuring instruments from the “R. Mühle & Sohn” manufacturing line keep up the good work. In fact, the newly designed moon phase display of the “RMK 04” Robert Mühle calibre is so precise that an impressive 122 years must pass before it deviates from the actual position of the moon by even a day.

The design of the lunar disc of the new special edition model also reflects this focus on precision with a capital P. The moon displayed on the disk is the result of meticulous work by the watchmakers at Mühle-Glashütte, who have carefully reproduced the large and small craters of this astronomical body located more than 384,000 kilometres away. This impressive feature is surrounded by the night sky in a dark blue that makes it stand out even more. It is produced using an anodised aluminium plate onto which the intricate details of the moon are laser engraved.

As an important component of the new moon phase module, this plate is firmly attached to the movement itself. Above it, a moon shadow plate slowly revolves, using its two small cover discs to depict the current appearance of the moon. In the case of a new moon, one of the discs is positioned directly above the moon on the display and completely covers it. When there’s a full moon, the two cover discs move into a horizontal position and leave Earth’s closest neighbour clear for all to see.

Mühle-Glashütte Robert Mühle Mondphase Limited Edition movement

This exclusive moon phase mechanism contains a total of 22 components and can be found in a third of the module plate of the hand-wound movement on the face side of the watch. The other two thirds of the plate are home to the up/down display designed in 2014 and Mühle’s very own pointer date from 2016. These complications are comprised of 25 and 35 components respectively. This means that the manufacturing line’s new calibre contains a staggering total of 202 components and is one of the most complex movements manufactured by Mühle-Glashütte.

Such intricate work deserves to be put on show, which is why wearers can admire this perfectly honed movement through the watch’s sapphire crystal case back. Watch connoisseurs are sure to love the model’s engraved balance cock with a patented woodpecker neck regulation, while the rare three-fifth plate of the Robert Mühle calibre features three screwed gold chatons, bevelled edges and a skeletonised escape wheel cock that will definitely put a smile on their face.

On top of all this, the plate also houses the complex Glashütte long-slot click and the watch’s crown and ratchet wheel. These last two components stand out against the wide lines of the plate’s ribbed finish thanks to their elegant double solarisation.

The new Robert Mühle Mondphase model, which is limited to a total of 150 timepieces, is not only stunning on the inside but also on the outside thanks to its newly designed case with an impressive diameter of 42 millimetres, perfect for the world of business.

Mühle-Glashütte Robert Mühle Mondphase Limited Edition gold watch

The case is available in not one, but three different materials: stainless steel, 18-carat red gold or 950 platinum. By producing the Robert Mühle Mondphase in stainless steel, Mühle-Glashütte is paying tribute to the very beginning of its manufacturing line, with the silver-coloured face with blued hands adopting the look of the Robert Mühle Auf/Ab and Kleine Sekunde models from 2014 and reproducing it in a new 42-millimetre case.

Alongside the total of 100 Robert Mühle Mondphase stainless steel timepieces being produced, Mühle is also going one step further by manufacturing 25 Robert Mühle Mondphase GOLD models with a white face and 25 Robert Mühle Mondphase PLATIN watches with a dark blue face.

All of these models feature faces with clearly marked minute graduation and applied hour indices in order to keep up the Mühle-Glashütte tradition of offering precision at its very best. In the 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock positions, the fine lines used as indices are replaced by a small diamond-shaped marker, a small yet effective detail that has a dynamic impact on the otherwise straightforward face, thus encouraging wearers to look at and admire their timelessly elegant time measuring instruments over and over again.

Another reason to adore these new limited-edition models is their outstanding accuracy values. Once its components have been carefully finished and assembled, every Mühle movement is put to the test in five different positions and, thanks to the patented woodpecker neck regulation, regulated to achieve accuracy values of between 0 and a maximum of +8 seconds per day. This precision target forms the heart of Mühle-Glashütte’s very own regulation standards and helps to ensure that its watch wearers are never too late because of their time measuring instruments. It also means that the hour, minute and second display of the Robert Mühle Mondphase doesn’t need to rely on the moon but can instead put its trust in its own reliable components.

Technical details

Model: Robert Mühle Mondphase

Movement
RMK 04, hand-wound
Ø 36.60 mm; H 8.35 mm
202 components
36 jewels, three of which are set in screwed gold chatons
Glucydur balance with a Nivarox 1 spring
21,600 A/h
Stop-second
Hand date with fast correction pusher at the 9 o’clock position
Moon phase display with fast correction pusher at the 6 o’clock position
56-hour power reserve with up/down display
Engraved balance cock with patented woodpecker neck regulation
Three-fifth plate with Glashütte long-slot click

Case
Brushed/polished stainless steel
Ø 42.00 mm; H 12.7 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back made of sapphire crystal.

Strap
Crocodile leather strap with a stainless steel pin buckle.

Dial
Silver
Applied indices
Blued hands

Limited edition
100 pieces

Model: Robert Mühle Mondphase GOLD

Movement
RMK 04, hand-wound
Ø 36.60 mm; H 8.35 mm
202 components
36 jewels, three of which are set in screwed gold chatons
Glucydur balance with a Nivarox 1 spring
21,600 A/h
Stop-second
Hand date with fast correction button at the 9 o’clock position
Moon phase display with fast correction pusher at the 6 o’clock position
56-hour power reserve with up/down display
Engraved balance cock with patented woodpecker neck regulation
Three-fifth plate with Glashütte long-slot click

Case
18 carat brushed/polished red gold
Ø 42.00 mm; H 12.7 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back made of sapphire crystal

Dial
White
Applied indices
Gold-plated hands

Limited edition
25 pieces

Strap
Crocodile leather strap with a red gold pin buckle

Model:  Robert Mühle Mondphase PLATIN

Movement
RMK 04, hand-wound
Ø 36.60 mm; H 8.35 mm
202 components
36 jewels, three of which are set in screwed gold chatons
Glucydur balance with a Nivarox 1 spring
21,600 A/h
Stop-second
Hand date with fast correction button at the 9 o’clock position
Moon phase display with fast correction button at the 6 o’clock position
56-hour power reserve with up/down display
Engraved balance cock with patented woodpecker neck regulation
Three-fifth plate with Glashütte long-slot click

Case
Brushed/polished platinum 950
Ø 42.00 mm; H 12.7 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back made of sapphire crystal

Dial
Blue
Applied indices
Silver-coloured hands

Strap
Crocodile leather strap with a platinum pin buckle

Limited edition
25 pieces

Mühle-Glashütte Sea-Timer BlackMotion

This robust sports watch from German watch brand Mühle-Glashütte is the ideal companion for anyone who loves to be outdoors and is always on the move.

The high-quality black stainless steel case not only features a 2.5-millimetre-thick double anti-glare sapphire crystal but also boasts a solid screw-in crown with extra side protection.

These highlights are joined by an elaborate TiC coating, which transforms the watch from a sophisticated timepiece into a cool-looking companion for your wrist. A process known as PVD (physical vapour deposition) is used to coat the case of the watch in multiple layers of titanium carbide (TiC). This multi-layer technique provides multiple benefits, namely a surface as black as night, extremely resistant layer thicknesses and increased hardness of the stainless steel case.

The case boasts a pressure resistance of up to 30 bars and is complemented by an equally dark textile strap. The jet-black strap is made of water-resistant fibres and is also wearer-friendly on the inside thanks to a layer of comfortable and non-irritable rubber. As a watch dedicated to sport, the length of the Sea-Timer BlackMotion can be flexibly adjusted using its robust pin buckle, meaning that it can even be worn over a wetsuit on a cold day on the coast.

This combination of casual style and top functionality is additionally reflected in the face and hands. The outer area of the face, which is home to the watch’s fine minute graduation and high-contrast white hour indices, features a matt black design as an ideal solution for excellent readability. This is joined by blackened nickel-plated hands, which stand out perfectly as they complete their 24-hour circuit training. The fact that the darker steel surfaces of the hands are coated in bright white luminescent material makes them shine out so that wearers can even read the time at a fleeting glance.

The Sea-Timer BlackMotion watch houses a reliable SW 200-1 Mühle version movement fitted with the efficient Mühle anniversary rotor. This impressive engine contains the company’s patented particularly shockproof woodpecker neck regulation and is meticulously regulated in six different positions and set to ensure accuracy values of between 0 and a maximum of +8 seconds per day.

Technical details

Movement
SW 200-1, automatic; Mühle version with patented woodpecker neck regulation, blue anodised anniversary rotor and characteristic Mühle surface finishes. Stop-second. Fast date correction. 38-hr power reserve.

Case
Stainless steel with a black titanium carbide (TiC) coating and a bidirectional bezel
2.5mm-thick domed and double anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown. Ø 44.0 mm; H 12.5 mm
Water-resistant to 30 bars

Dial
Black dial
Blackened nickel-plated hands
Hour markers and hands coated in Super LumiNova

Strap
Textile strap with a stainless steel pin buckle (black, DLC-coated)

Mühle-Glashütte Panova Grün

German watch company Mühle-Glashütte GmbH presents the new Panova Grün, a watch made for people who always look on the bright side of life.

The green moss is the inspiration behind the new Panova Grün, which uses its stunning green colour to provide its wearers with a constant reminder of hope as they go about their day-to-day lives. The moment you look at the watch, the fine circular graining of its green face is sure to make you feel hopeful. It plays with the light, transforming it into a variety of different reflections and reminding wearers to always look on the bright side of life.

With brightness comes clarity and in the case of the Panova Grün, the scratch-resistant and anti-glare sapphire crystal in the watch’s high quality stainless steel case ensures that you always have a clear view of the time. This impressive case is not only water-resistant up to 10 bars but also boasts a screw-in crown and a fast-drying textile strap.

In order to live up to its flawless appearance, the Panova Grün also offers quality with a capital Q on the inside thanks to its field-tested SW200-1 Mühle version movement, which is equipped with the company’s very own rotor and patented particularly shockproof woodpecker neck regulation. Once its components have been carefully finished and assembled, this movement is put to the test in six different positions and regulated to achieve accuracy values of between 0 and a maximum of +8 seconds per day. This precision target forms the heart of Mühle’s very own regulation standards, which comply with the German chronometer standard and help to ensure that the watch never runs slow.

Technical details

Movement
SW 200-1, automatic; Mühle version with patented woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop-second
38-hr power reserve

Case
Brushed stainless steel
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Screw-in crown
Dimensions: Ø 40.0 mm; H 10.4 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars

Dial
Green dial
Hour markers and hands coated in Super LumiNova

Strap
Textile or leather strap with a stainless steel pin buckle

Mühle-Glashütte Lunova Lady

It is without a doubt the absolute must-have in every woman’s wardrobe: the little black dress. The LBD is so popular because it is restrained in terms of both design and colour, thus allowing its wearer and her true beauty and radiance to shine through.

These successful characteristics were therefore also chosen as the inspiration behind and aim of Mühle-Glashütte’s ‘LGW’, the little grey watch. The Lunova Lady strives to use its classic streamlined design, features of which include its subtle slate-grey face, colour-coordinated leather strap and finely polished stainless steel case, to enable its wearers to exude confidence and style.

Just like the other members of its family of watches, the slate-grey face of the Lunova Lady boasts a colour-gradient design, which gets lighter towards the middle. The resulting dark edge of the face provides the perfect background for its applied numerals and indices and its shiny hands, thus making them easy to read and a treat for the eyes. The face of the watch is optically connected with its case in perfect harmony thanks to a thin flange featuring small minute numerals.

Just like the dress that inspired it, it is essential that this women’s watch perfectly suits its wearer’s contours, in this case those of her delicate wrist. The case of the Lunova Lady therefore has a petite diameter of just 35 millimetres. The strap of the watch is made of soft leather embellished with decorative gold and silver rings, the bottom halves of which flow seamlessly into the leather material.

The strap is therefore the perfect bracelet to adorn any wrist and not only looks good but also makes the watch extremely comfortable to wear. This combination of sparkling decorative rings, shiny indices and a glossy polished stainless case perfectly personifies the name of this Mühle watch, making the meaning of “Lunova”, which is derived from the Latin terms “lumen” and “novus” and roughly translates to “new brilliance”, clear for all to see.

This feminine timepiece is fitted with an SW 200-1 Mühle version movement that is equipped with the company’s own rotor and patented particularly shockproof woodpecker neck regulation. The movement boasts a precision of between 0 and a maximum of +8 seconds per day in perfect compliance with Mühle-Glashütte’s strict regulation standards.

Technical details

Movement
SW 200-1, automatic; Mühle version with patented woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop-second
Fast date correction
38-hr power reserve

Case
Polished stainless steel
Double anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown
Dimensions: Ø 35.0 mm; H 9.6 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars

Dial
Slate grey
Applied hour numerals and hour indices
Hands coated in Super LumiNova

Strap
Leather strap with a stainless steel pin buckle

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

Movement
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
Stop-second
Fast date correction
42-hr power reserve

Case
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

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

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

Mühle-Glashütte ProMare Go

With the new ProMare Go, the ProMare family has now welcomed a practical addition hot off the starting block and featuring a clever bidirectional bezel that enables wearers to quickly mark important moments in time.

This robust sports watch helps its wearers to fulfil the athletic ambitions by providing them with a practical extra: a bidirectional bezel that enables them to quickly and easily mark the start of their sailing trip, mountain hike or cycling tour. If they synchronise the triangular marking of the bezel with the minute hand, for example, they can see how much time has passed at a glance by looking at the 60-minute scale of the bezel.

It is precisely this bezel function that inspired the addition of “Go”, a word, command and call of encouragement all rolled into one, to the name of the new ProMare. The name shared by all of the models in this family, “ProMare”, can be traced back to a Latin term meaning “for the sea” and this watch most definitely lives up to its name. With its high-quality case featuring a screw-in crown, 2.5-millimetre-thick sapphire crystal and a watertightness of up to 30 bars, this robust sports watch is an absolute must for the wrist of anyone embarking on any kind of outdoor or water adventure. The case of the ProMare Go has a diameter of 42 millimetres, thus making this the ideal watch to adorn even a more delicate athletic wrist.

The timepiece’s main nautical value, its high degree of robustness, is complemented by its extremely clear face, which is very easy to read. Its hands and indices fully coated in luminous material and second hand with a light blue tip stand out against its shiny background as blue as the deep sea to form the perfect contrast. When the clouds begin to gather or the darkness of night draws in, the watch also proves its worth as an outstanding companion that helps wearers to find their way through time at night, as is emphasised by its highly luminescent triangle at the 12 o’clock position.

On top of its strengths in terms of design, robustness and clarity, the ProMare Go additionally offers excellent precision thanks to its SW 200-1 Mühle version movement. This key element is not only comprised of the company’s own rotor but also its patented woodpecker neck regulation, which is mounted on a balance cock developed specifically for the movement.

Mühle-Glashütte developed its very own fine regulation back in 2003 and has been relying on it to enable the particularly precise regulation of its time measuring instruments produced in Glashütte ever since. The regulation also offers another advantage in the form of a regulator arm reliably held in place by a specially formed counter-pressure spring, thus making it extremely shockproof. Just like its sporty wearers, the watch’s woodpecker neck regulation is therefore able to withstand even the hardest of knocks and blows, presenting both an essential functional element and a main advantage of Mühle-Glashütte’s sporty timepieces.

Technical details

Movement
SW 200-1, automatic; Mühle version with patented woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop-second
Fast date correction
38-hr power reserve

Case
Brushed/polished stainless steel
Bidirectional bezel
2.5mm-thick domed and anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown
Ø 42.0 mm; H 12.2 mm
Water-resistant to 30 bars

Dial
Blue
Applied indices
Hour markers and hands coated in Super LumiNova

Strap
Leather/rubber strap with a stainless steel pin buckle

Mühle-Glashütte Panova Blau

The Panova Blau watch is created for everyone who wants to make the most of this freedom of choice and achieve the perfect watch-life balance. With its blue face, which reflects light in different ways to create a dazzling appearance, this new watch also adds a special sparkle to every wrist.

Like every watch, this timepiece is designed to reflect its wearer’s individual character and in order to complete this exciting task to the best of its ability, the Panova Blau wants to accompany its wearer on every occasion, through thick and thin. With its nautical values typical of every Mühle watch and its interchangeable straps, this model is perfectly equipped for the job of being a reliable timepiece; on every wrist, at all times and in all locations.

In fact, the multitude of impressive attributes of this everyday watch makes its wearers feel like they have successfully focused on what’s essential and chosen the right path in life. This positive effect also inspired the name of the watch, “Panova”, a combination of “panorama” representing far-sightedness and perspective and “via” standing for its wearer’s journey through life.

Both the name and the watch itself are completed by a rush of blue, or in German, “Blau”, and when the light reflects on the solarised azure surface of the face, creating a stunning appearance.

Its high-quality stainless steel case boasts a pressure resistance of up to 10 bars and with its scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and screw-in crown, the Panova Blau is also perfectly equipped to be the ideal time measuring companion for everyday use.

A top-quality watch needs a top-quality movement and this is precisely why the Panova Blau is fitted with a SW 200-1 Mühle version movement featuring both the company’s own rotor and its patented particularly shockproof woodpecker neck regulation. Once all of its components have been carefully finished and assembled, the SW 200-1 “Mühle version” movement is put to the test in six different positions and regulated to achieve a precision of between 0 and a maximum of +8 seconds per day.

This precision target forms the heart of Mühle’s very own regulation standards, which comply with the German chronometer standard and help to ensure that the watch never runs slow. After all, the ultimate priority at Mühle-Glashütte is making sure that its watch wearers are never too late because of their time measuring instruments.

Technical details

Movement
SW 200-1, automatic; Mühle version with patented woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop-second
38-hr power reserve

Case
Brushed stainless steel
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Screw-in crown. Ø 40.0 mm; H 10.4 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars

Dial
Blue. Hour markers and hands coated in Super LumiNova.

Strap
Textile strap with a stainless steel pin buckle

Mühle-Glashütte

The German watchmaking company Muehle-Glashuette Gmbh develops and produces high-quality time distribution systems, maritime chronometers, and mechanical watches. Being based in Glashuette, Muehle attaches the greatest value to very good visibility and precision of its timekeepers.

Since 1869, when Robert Muehle founded a family business in Glashuette, the name “Muehle” stands for accurate timekeeping. As the company produced precise measuring instruments for the domestic watchmaking industry by that time, Robert Muehle’s work is still considered as the cornerstone of the long Muehle history. Lead managed by the fourth family generation, the company’s orientation has been repositioned and adjusted to today’s needs.

Since 1994, it operates under the name “Muehle-Glashuette GmbH Nautical Instruments and Fine Mechanics” and equips cruise liners of the AIDA fleet and luxury yachts with time distribution systems and chronometers. Thilo Muehle, CEO from the fifth generation, has a particular interest in sustaining the nautic virtues. He is particularly concerned that every single Muehle-watch reflects precision, visibility, and reliability – and therefore continues the long tradition.

The company of Hans-Jürgen and Thilo Mühle adopted the name Nautische Instrumente Mühle-Glashütte in 1994. The family firm, nestling in the Müglitz valley between Dresden and the Czech border, was founded by Hans-Jürgen Mühle in the new political environment prevailing in Germany after 1989, …yet it has a proud history stretching back more than 130 years.

This successful company still actively producing timepieces, today manufactures high-quality, precision wristwatches, ships’ chronometers, clock mechanisms for ships and nautical instruments. The Glashütte inhabitants are renowned throughout the world for their expertise in maritime clock mechanisms. In less than a decade Nautische Instrumente Mühle Glashütte wristwatches has established itself as a leading brand in the field.

When Robert Mühle founded the original firm in 1869, naming it “Mühle”, it went about manufacturing calibrating devices for the clock industry, gradually expanding its operations to include tachometers, revolution counters and motoring clocks. After World War II Hans Mühle became managing director of “Messtechnik Glashütte”, creating his own company in 1945.

His grandson continued the family tradition and, operating as one of the few independent entrepreneurs of the GDR, he produced driving trains and escapements for the photographic and film industries and dial trains for the pressure and temperature gauging industry.

His son Hans-Jürgen Mühle, an optics and precision engineering graduate of Jena, took over the reins of the firm in 1970 and guided operations for another two years until the owners were expropriated and the company became the state-run enterprise VEB Glashütte Uhrenbetriebe. From that point onwards Hans-Jürgen Mühle worked as sales manager, and until 1992 also as managing director.

Nautische Instrumente Mühle-Glashütte was founded two short years later. In a reflection of the set-up in bygone years Hans-Jürgen Mühle took control of operations, later joined by his son Thilo Mühle . They began producing ships’ chronometers and electronic time-keeping mechanisms for ships. In 1996 they expanded into wristwatch production.

The core Nautische Instrumente Mühle-Glashütte collection consists of a number of lines – the classic and business lines, the sports range and the Nautical line etc, all of which boast distinct models. The German company turns out new models every year. The high-quality watches of Nautische Instrumente Mühle-Glashütte are known above all for two primary characteristics – absolute precision and purity of design.

The success of the Glashütte watchmakers can be attributed not least to the confidence placed by customers in the timepieces. When products are being developed and tested the firm often works with selected target groups.

This was the case with the S.A.R. Rescue Timer, the fruits of a partnership with the stalwarts manning the boats of Germany’s National Lifeboat Institution (DGzRS). Launch captains wear this watch as they go about their work and provide the manufacturers with regular feedback on the watches’ performance.

Nautische Instrumente Mühle-Glashütte developed the “Lufthansa Collection” for the specialised watch market to mark the beginning of their collaboration with Lufthansa. Another exclusive line, the Mercedes-Benz License Collection, arose from a cooperative partnership with Mercedes-Benz. These long-term associations with two of the most celebrated brand names in Germany have been one factor in the establishment of Nautische Instrumente as an innovative and expert partner in specialist trade ventures.

Wristwatches by Nautische Instrumente Mühle-Glashütte are highly prized all over the world. These classical, precision watches have earned a loyal clientele in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy. In recent years new markets have opened up in Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, Hongkong, North and South America and the Arab world.

Official website: http://www.muehle-glashuette.de

Mühle-Glashütte 29er Tag/Datum

Be it when sailing the 29er dinghy or creating its wristwatch counterpart, the new 29er Tag/Datum, it’s all about achieving the perfect balance. When the wind tugs at the sail at full force and crew members have to throw their entire weight into leaning out on the trapeze, the right balance is the deciding factor between winning and sinking. When designing the 29er Tag/Datum, achieving a harmonious balance between the watch’s date and weekday displays was just as critical for the watch designers at Mühle-Glashütte.

With Thilo Mühle at the helm, the company’s very own design team considered a wide variety of different approaches before deciding on the ideal solution. Just like its sibling, the 29er Big, the date display of the 29er Tag/Datum was placed in the three o’clock position, directly opposite the watch’s practical weekday display in the nine o’clock position. This arrangement enables the displays to perfectly highlight the straightforward character that defines Mühle’s range of 29er models.

Another design decision focused on the colours of this new Mühle watch, which is taking to the water with a special palette thanks to its metallic sand-coloured flange. This attractive shade provides the 29er Tag/Datum with harmony with a capital H by perfectly complementing the transition from its titanium-grey face to its silver stainless steel case and giving the watch its own special hint of elegance. This elegant look is provided with even more sophistication by the applied indices on the face of the 29er, which is extremely minimalistic given that its minute graduation featuring luminescent hour markers and small minute numerals, is actually located on the flange.

Despite its stunning appearance, this Mühle watch is a passionate athlete through and through. Its high-quality stainless steel case boasts a pressure resistance of up to 10 bars and wearers who choose to purchase its optional stainless steel strap can even take their 29er Tag/Datum out for a swim. With its scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and side protection element for its screw-in crown, this Mühle watch is also perfectly equipped to be the ideal time-measuring companion for everyday use, a fact that is additionally underlined by its precise movement.

The 29er Tag/Datum is fitted with a SW 220-1 Mühle version movement featuring both the company’s own rotor and its patented particularly shockproof woodpecker neck regulation. Once all of its components have been carefully finished and assembled, the movement is put to the test in six different positions and regulated to achieve a precision of between 0 and a maximum of +8 seconds per day. This precision target forms the heart of Mühle’s very own regulation standards, which comply with the German chronometer standard.

Technical details
Movement
SW 220-1, automatic; Mühle version with patented woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop-second
Fast date and weekday correction
38-hr power reserve

Case
Brushed/polished stainless steel
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown
Ø 42.4 mm; H 12.2 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars

Dial
Titanium grey with a metallic sand-coloured flange
Applied indices
Hour markers and hands coated in Super LumiNova

Strap
Textile strap with a stainless steel pin buckle or stainless steel strap with a stainless steel folding clasp

MühleGlashütte Terrasport I Beobachter

The Terrasport I Beobachter from Mühle Glashütte takes inspiration from the designs traditional navigation instruments manufactured in Glashütte. Optimal readability, completely committed to its historical functionality, enables the modern pilot of everyday life to navigate through time and space precisely.

Classic observation watches were a consistent component of traditional aviator gear. They were worn by board navigators, therefore had to be extremely precise, reliable and had to have a good legibility. Plane position during flight could be calculated with these timepieces, usually 55 millimeters wide, in conjunction with an octant. This type of watch complemented both the pilot’s chronograph as well as the smaller three hand models of the crew.

Observation watches came in two different dial variants. The first variant was equipped with large hour hands with a minute scale on the dial border, as seen in the Terrasport I. The second variant was equipped with a small inner hour scale as well as a separate outer minute graduation. This enabled the navigator to tell time quickly, which was necessary for navigation and to define the results of aerial reconnaissance.

The Terrasport I Beobachter follows this design. Therefore, both dial variants of the classic observation watches are included in the Terrasport watch family of Mühle Glashütte. Demanded precision and reliability when airborne are guaranteed by the typical Mühle refinements, such as the patented woodpecker neck regulation, the specific Mühle rotor and a modified movement. With a diameter of 44 millimeters, the brushed stainless steel case is a reference to the size of the historical originals. The black dial clearly and distinctly stands out against the white indices and hands. The open arrangement of the duplex dial structure as well as the fine scaling both, in conjunction with the red apex of the second hand, enable the reading of time exactly to the second.

The comfortable wristband, made of buffalo leather, grants optimal wearing comfort. White stitches lend the timepiece a retro style and harmoniously complement the black dial.

Technical details
Model: Terrasport I Beobachter

Movement
Version with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop second
38-hr power reserve

Case
Brushed stainless steel
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown
Ø 44.0 mm; H 10.4 mm
Water-resistant to 5 bars

Strap
Stainless steel strap with butterfly clasp or Buffalo leather strap with stainless steel pin buckle

Dial
Black or cream
Super LumiNova coated hour numerals, hour indices and hands

Price
Upon request

Mühle-Glashütte M 29 Classic Einzeiger

With the new M 29 Classic Einzeiger, Mühle-Glashütte interprets the display of time in a most simplistic manner. As the new member of the “dial indicator gauge” family, the M 29 Classic Einzeiger captures the look of traditional single-hand measuring instruments by the business founder Robert Mühle.

The single-hand model offers the possibility to rediscover time in a new way and with just one brief glance. This is due to the reduced dial design and simplicity o f the display. Simultaneously, the single-hand style refers to a relaxed approach to time, allowing the wearer to savour the moment. No ticking seconds hand and additional information distract the viewer.

Mühle-Glashütte has designed this single-hand watch as precisely as possible and has taken over design elements from the instruments by Robert Mühle. The two-fold scale of the original instruments is also incorporated in the M 29 Classic Einzeiger. With this scale, time can be read quickly and easily in quarter hour intervals from the inner scale ring. In the precise second scale of the rehaut, 10-minute intervals are represented by longer marks, and extremely fine indices display the time in two-minute intervals. This design is reminiscent of the millimeter scale of the traditional measuring instruments from Mühle.

The dial design also refers back to this period. The black needle hand and dark hour indices contrast strongly with the clear, cream-colored dial. Together with the red indicators above the hour indices, they help guide the reader and strengthen the instrument character of the watch. As all members of the M 29 Classic family, the self-winding movement of the single-hand model is also equipped with the patented and especially shockproof woodpecker neck regulation. The resilient casing is water resistant up to 10 bars and comes with a screw-in crown with side protection.

Technical details
Model: M 29 Classic Einzeiger

Movement
SW 200-1, automatic; Mühle version with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
38-hr power reserve

Case
Brushed/polished stainless steel
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw in crown
Ø 42.4 mm; H 11.3 mm
Water resistant to 10 bars
Dial: Cream

Strap
Stainless steel strap with butterfly clasp or leather strap with stainless steel pin buckle

Price
Upon request

Mühle-Glashütte Teutonia III Handaufzug Kleine Sekunde

The Teutonia III Handaufzug from Nautische Instrumente Mühle-Glashütte is a classical manual winding wristwatch demands a perfect gentleman who is more attentive. With a perfectly designed exterior, this timepiece has a classic and elegant appearance. The minute track, the “Chemin de fer”, as it is called, as well as the extravagantly treated face, call to mind the sophisticated appearance of classic pocket watches. A fivefold lacquer, with alternating application and polishing, give the face a special deepness and characteristic enamel look. The traditional appearance of fluted bevel and white face attains a casual touch by its Roman numerals and elegant indices. The blue crocodile leather watchstrap causes a playful facet by the masterly arrangement of the tempered Breguet hands.

The face design, bound by tradition with a tendency towards perfectionism, is appropriately reflecting the character of the hand-wound movement of the MU 9415 which has a power reserve of 42 hours. The transmission wheel and ratchet wheel are stored in the traditional Glashütte three-quarter plate and ennobled with solarization. The three-quarter plate receives the characteristic Glashütte ribbing for timepieces. Tempered screws and the ruby red colour of the jewel bearings turn the new hand-wound movement into a real feast for the eyes. A look at the insides of the timepiece is granted by the window in the back. The perfect end of this masterpiece forms the stainless steel casing with the characteristic perpendicular finish and volute-shaped lugs with its polished top side.

Technical Details
Model: Teutonia III Handaufzug Kleine Sekunde

Movement
MU 9415, hand-wound with woodpecker neck regulation, Glashütte three-quarter plate and typical surface finishing
Fast date correction
Stop second
42-h power reserve

Case
Brushed/polished stainless steel with grooved bezel
Sapphire crystal, domed and with antireflection coating
Transparent case back
Ø 42.0 mm, H 12.2 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars

Dial
White
Minute track with indices and roman numerals
Blued hands

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

Price
Upon request

Mühle-Glashütte Teutonia II Großdatum Chronometer

With the Teutonia II Großdatum Chronometer Mühle-Glashütte presents a business timepiece that displays greatness in minute detail. As a novelty in the successful Teutonia family, it is available with dial variants in the colours silver and midnight-blue. The limited edition of 250 pieces gives the timepiece an exclusive character. In addition to this, this timepiece has a certification according to the German Industrial Standard for wrist-chronometers by the Glashütte observatory. With the Teutonia II Großdatum Chronometer, high precision and the best readability meet classical elegance and a balanced understatement.

The large display of the date at twelve o’clock position builds a harmonious contrast to the small seconds hand at six o’clock position. Embedded in a lavishly guilloched, silver-colored dial, this arrangement exudes tranquillity and creates a classic balance. However, the purpose of the guilloche is not solely decorative, but also serves to give further structure to the dial. As a result, this design also fulfils another quite practical function: It supports reading of the time at a glance. The blackened hands are a clear and distinct contrast to the delicate, relief design of the dial. Hand applied indices put elegant accents in detail and are bordered by a case with a diameter of 41 millimeters made of polished and brushed stainless steel. A high-quality crocodile leather strap with a stainless steel butterfly clasp gives the classical appearance a leading part.

The Teutonia II Großdatum Chronometer contains a lavishly regulated and in six positions screened Mühle-movement. This movement possesses an in-house rotor and the patented woodpecker neck regulation, which is equipped with fitting balance cock. After the completion of the components, the careful assembly of the movement and the precise on-site timing check, the timepiece is additionally put to the test according to the German Industrial Standard for wrist chronometers. At the historical site of the Glashütte observatory, each timepiece is tested for rate deviation under alternating temperatures and in different positions for 15 days.

Therefore, every Teutonia II Großdatum Chronometer that leaves the Mühle factory is a certified chronometer according to the German Industry Standard (DIN) 8319-1 which defines accuracy criteria for mechanical wrist watches. This is an exclusive feature, which is increased by the limited production of 250 exemplars. Besides the classical model with a guilloched, silver-colored dial, an exemplar limited to 250 samples will be available in midnight-blue, whose dial is furnished with a solarisation surface finish.

Technical details
Model: Teutonia II Großdatum Chronometer

Movement
ETA 2892 with Grand Data module Jaquet 3532, automatic; Mühle version with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop-second
Fast date correction
42-hr power reserve

Case
Brushed/polished stainless steel
Domed, anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown
Ø 41.0 mm; H 12.7 mm
Water resistant up to 10 bars

Strap
Crocodile leather strap with stainless steel butterfly clasp. Screwed strap attachment bridges

Dial
Silver, guilloche finish or midnight-blue with solarisation
Applied indices, blackened or nickel-plated hands

Edition
Limited edition: 250 pieces in each face colour

Price
Upon request

Mühle-Glashütte “R. Mühle & Sohn” Anniversary Edition 1869-2014 (The Robert Mühle Auf/Ab GOLD, Robert Mühle Auf/Ab and Robert Mühle Kleine Sekunde)

This year, German watch brand Mühle-Glashütte has plenty of reason to celebrate, with 2014 not only marking 145 years since the company was founded by Robert Mühle, but also the 20th anniversary of the re-establishment of the family business by Hans-Jürgen Mühle. The traditional brand from Glashütte has therefore decided to celebrate this double anniversary by producing an exclusive special edition range consisting of three models featuring calibres manufactured by the company itself. This special edition range, which is named after the company’s founder, represents the launch of its new manufacturing line “R. Mühle & Sohn”.

These three special edition models, the Robert Mühle Auf/Ab GOLD, Robert Mühle Auf/Ab and Robert Mühle Kleine Sekunde, pay tributes to the eventful history of the family business. After being founded by Robert Mühle in the German town of Glashütte in 1869, the company initially manufactured precise measuring devices for the local clock and watch industry and the German School of Watchmaking. Despite all of the challenges it has had to face throughout its history, the company has always remained true to its tradition of precise measurement, even through a difficult economic crisis, two expropriations and 45 years of socialism. Mühle-Glashütte has been manufacturing high-quality wristwatches and nautical instruments at its premises in Alterberger Strasse 35 in Glashütte ever since it was re-established in 1994.

By introducing its three special edition Robert Mühle models, the company is now writing yet another chapter in its 145 years of history. This new development is above all thanks to the movements in the “R. Mühle & Sohn” manufacture line: the Robert Mühle calibres RMK 01 and RMK 02.

The hand-wound movement used in the Robert Mühle Kleine Sekunde and the movements of the two other special edition models, which feature an additional up/down module, were all designed by the watchmakers at Mühle-Glashütte in the spirit of classic Glashütte watchmaking.As a result, these Mühle movements are the first to include an engraved balance cock and screwed gold chatons. The company’s manufactory-made calibres also explore new realms when it comes to their fine regulation and cover plate. As is the case with all Mühle watches, the calibres use the company’s particularly shockproof and patented woodpecker neck regulation. They also feature a cover plate that has been designed as a three-fifth plate with a separate escape wheel cock. These details clearly show the depth of the company’s connection to its own tradition and to its family home in Glashütte.

The Robert Mühle Auf/Ab GOLD
The classic and elegant design of the Robert Mühle Auf/Ab GOLD will transport its wearers back to the period in which the company was first founded. The exquisite case made of 18 carat red gold and with a diameter of 44 millimetres acts as an elegant frame for this exciting journey through time. The traditional design of the dial harks back to the era of Glashütte pocket watches with its red minute and second markers surrounding the minute track and its Roman numerals. This effect is also emphasised by the fact that the dial is coated in several layers of varnish. This special treatment gives it more depth and a traditional enamel appearance. The watch’s homage to Robert Mühle and the family tradition is topped off by its hands, which match its elegant red gold case. On top of all this, the power reserve display at the 12 o’clock position and the small second display at the 6 o’clock position add the finishing touch to the harmonious appearance of this particularly exquisite special edition model.

The Robert Mühle Auf/Ab GOLD honours the entrepreneurial spirit of the Mühle family, which has held on to its tradition of precision measurement in a multitude of historical circumstances and right through to the present day. This time measuring instrument also draws attention to a very special quality, namely the fact that the family company is the only watch manufacturer in the German town of Glashütte that is still owned by a long established local family. The design of this special edition model bears witness to the traditions passed down through the family by featuring elements from all stages of the company’s history.

Both the appearance and the technical properties of the RMK 01 calibre contain a number of traditional elements representing Glashütte tradition, for example its parallels with the design used in classic pocket watches, its up/down complication at the 12 o’clock position and the selection of a rare version of the cover plates produced in Glashütte, the three-fifth plate. The case with its finely notched bezel and the large off-centred small second display are additionally reminiscent of the marine chronometers that have been produced by Mühle-Glashütte since 1994. The fact that a limited number of 20 units of this model are available is also a symbol of the second anniversary being celebrated at the company this year, namely 20 years of Nautische Instrumente Mühle-Glashütte.

Technical Details
Movement
RMK 01, gold-plated and hand-wound
Ø 36.6 mm; H 8.35 mm
145 components
29 jewels, three of which are set in screwed gold chatons
Glucydur balance with a Nivarox 1 spring
21,600 A/h
Stop-second, 56-hr power reserve with up/down display
Engraved balance cock with woodpecker neck fine regulation
Three-fifth plate with Glashütte long-slot click

Case
18 carat brushed/polished red gold. Ø 44.0 mm; H 13 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back made of sapphire crystal

Strap
Crocodile leather strap with an 18 carat red gold pin buckle

Dial
White
Enamel finish with multiple layers of varnish. Gold-plated hands

Limited edition
20 pieces

The Robert Mühle Auf/Ab
This special edition model not only uses its fine design characteristics to draw attention to the company’s eventful history, but also represents a huge step into the future of the family business from a technical point of view. The company’s RMK 01 movement, a self developed manufactory-made movement, represents the introduction of a new complication to the Mühle collection in the form of its newly designed up/down display.

The round scale of the up/down display, which is open at the top, is located at the 12 o’clock position on the dial. This display shows the watch’s power reserve, namely the amount of time left before it stops. The Robert Mühle calibre has a power reserve of 56 hours when fully wound and the up/down display reliably shows wearers when they need to rewind the movement. The name of the up/down display comes from the labels at the two ends of the 300° scale, with “up” (“auf”)indicating that the movement is fully wound and “down” (“ab”)informing wearers that the movement has fully run down.

By including this up/down display, the special edition model makes use of a classic Glashütte complication and integrates it into the RMK 01 movement in its own special way. The display features a retrograde mechanism containing 25 components in both the Robert Mühle Auf/Ab and the Robert Mühle Auf/Ab GOLD and is mounted as an independent module on the plate of the movement containing the dial. This complication represents the family company’s unchanging commitment to innovation and also pays homage to the fact that it has now been based in Glashütte for 145 years, as is also underlined by the limited run of 145 units of the Robert Mühle Auf/Ab.

Technical details
Movement
RMK 01, hand-wound
Ø 36.6 mm; H 8.35 mm
145 components
29 jewels, three of which are set in screwed gold chatons
Glucydur balance with a Nivarox 1 spring
21,600 A/h
Stop-second
56-hr power reserve with up/down display
Engraved balance cock with woodpecker neck fine regulation
Three-fifth plate with Glashütte long-slot click

Case
Brushed/polished stainless steel
Ø 44.0 mm; H 13 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back made of sapphire crystal

Strap
Crocodile leather strap with a stainless steel folding clasp

Dial
Silver
Blued hands

Limited edition
145 pieces

The Robert Mühle Kleine Sekunde
This special edition model shows exactly what makes time measuring instruments from Mühle-Glashütte so special. The Robert Mühle Kleine Sekunde presents itself as a watch that has an elegant appearance and straightforward design and is extremely precise, right down to the finest detail. Its clear Arabic numerals, minute track and extensive small second display at the 6 o’clock position all enable wearers to read the exact time at a glance. The watch’s blued hands circle its silver-coloured dial and its elegant case made of brushed and polished stainless steel features the same finely notched bezel as the other special edition models and is worn on an elegant crocodile leather strap.

It’s not just the model’s design that clearly indicates that this is a time measuring instrument from Mühle-Glashütte. A look inside the Robert Mühle Kleine Sekunde reveals the hand-wound movement RMK 02, the second of the two calibres designed by the company itself and included in the special edition models. Both calibres contain Mühle Glashütte’s well-known further development of the swan neck fine regulation, the shockproof and patented woodpecker neck regulation, which ensures that they remain reliable and accurate in all conditions. These two self-designed and manufactory-made movements also represent the start of a new era for the family business, with the Robert Mühle 01 and 02 calibres launching the company’s very own manufacture line “R. Mühle & Sohn”.

RMK 02 Hand Wound Calibre

Both calibres are strongly rooted in the tradition of Glashütte watchmaking, as is shown by the fact that these Mühle movements are the first to include an engraved balance cock and screwed gold chatons, as well as a rare three-fifth plate. Alongside the famous three-quarter plate, companies in Glashütte also use other types of cover plates on a regular basis. These alternatives include the virtually unheard-of three-fifth plate, which is used in combination with a separate escape wheel cock in the special edition range. This newly designed cover plate is enrichment to movement technology in the town of Glashütte and is reminiscent of yet another aspect of Glashütte’s watchmaking history.

Technical Details
Movement
RMK 02, hand-wound. Ø 36.6 mm; H 6.65 mm
120 components
18 jewels, three of which are set in screwed gold chatons
Glucydur balance with a Nivarox 1 spring, 21,600 A/h
Stop-second
56-hr power reserve
Engraved balance cock with woodpecker neck fine regulation
Three-fifth plate with Glashütte long-slot click

Case
Brushed/polished stainless steel
Ø 44.0 mm; H 11.8mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back made of sapphire crystal

Strap
Crocodile leather strap with a stainless steel folding clasp

Dial
Silver
Blued hands

Limited edition
145 pieces

Mühle-Glashütte M 29 Classic Kleine Sekunde

Robert Mühle, the founder of Mühle-Glashütte, produced instruments that were accurate to 1/100 and even 1/1000 of a millimeter. So that these values could be read accurately, millimeters were displayed with a coarse indicator while fractions of a millimeter were marked by a more precise indicator. The historical measuring instruments produced by Robert Mühle have provided inspiration to five generations of the family, culminating in the M 29 Classic Kleine Sekunde. This timepiece expands on the “dial indicator gauge” family introduced by Mühle-Glashütte in 2013.

The Model M 29 dial indicator gauge by R. Mühle & Sohn was used as the template for this new timepiece from Mühle-Glashütte. With a range of 0.01 to 10 millimeters, the Model M 29 provided the ability to determine measurements of up to 1/100 of a millimeter. The Model 29 also featured a display with a large, precise pointer for measuring fractions of a millimeter as well asa small subdial with a course pointed for measuring individual millimeters.

The M 29 Classic Kleine Sekunde draws on this design and translates it into the language of Nautical Instruments Mühle-Glashütte, paralleling its historical inspiration down to the smallest detail. The subdial precisely displays the seconds, while hours and minutes are presented on the large main dial. The black scale and finely cut, dark hands are clearly offset from the creme-colored dial. Red indicators at the 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock positions serve as orientation points and emphasize the instrument-like character of this watch.

The positioning of the seconds dial atthe 9 o’clock position is also a special feature of this classic timepiece. The red indicator hand and fine scaling enable the wearer to obtain a precise, to-the-second reading at any time. The date display, with its red border at the 3 o’clock position, creates a visual contrast to the seconds dial and gives the watch a balanced character. The 42.4 millimeter watchcase is supported by a wristband made of fine, brown leather.

To ensure precision and accuracy in all conditions, the self-winding automatic mechanism of the M 29 Classic Kleine Sekunde is equipped with the patented, particularly shockproof Mühle-Glashütte woodpecker neck regulation. The durable case is water resistant up to 10 bar and comes with a screw-in crown – both of which serve to reinforce the robust character of this watch.

Technical Details
Model: M 29 Classic Kleine Sekunde

Movement
SW 290-1, automatic; Mühle version with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop second
Fast date correction
38-hr power reserve

Case
Brushed / polished stainless steel
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown
Ø 42,4 mm; H 12,2 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bar

Strap
Stainless steel strap with butterfly clasp or leather strap with stainless steel pin buckle

Dial
Black or Cream

Prices
1.650,- Euro (leather strap)
1.750,- Euro (stainless steel strap)

Mühle-Glashütte Kampfschwimmer

Designed for and with the participation of the “Kampfschwimmer”, the Special Operations Forces of the German Navy like the Navy Seals, this watch is a robust timepiece, navigational instrument and symbol of identity for this special unit at once. Several unique specifications like the sawtooth-shaped bezel of the “Kampfschwimmer” timepiece clearly show how functionality and design correspond to the requirements of its namesake. The Special Operations Forces of the German Navy are the oldest unit of the German Special Forces. They are trained for triphibious deployment in water, on land, and in the air so that they can meet the full range of tasks demanded.

Accurate timekeeping is an important factor in carrying out their duties. Whether it’s reaching the deployment area, measuring the amount of diving time to the destination and back or checking the times for operational messages – time schedules must always be adhered to. This makes a precise and yet robust watch indispensable. With the “Kampfschwimmer” timepiece, Mühle-Glashüttehas developed a wristwatch that is at home in all elements while drawing on the Mühle-Glashütte nautical tradition at the same time.

Their marine environment provides the Special Operations Forces with a particular degree of protection when they approach land, but it also places the highest demands on these soldiers and their equipment. The new “Kampfschwimmer” timepiece meets these requirements in every detail. This includes the special three-minute division of the bezel. The unusual division of time is of utmost importance to the naval commandos, because they are trained to cover a variety of distances in three-minute intervals.

During the three years of training necessary to become a “Kampfschwimmer”, alone three months are spent with performing daily dives – mostly at dusk or during the night. Due to this hard training, the soldiers acquire a special sense of timing so that in case of emergency they can perform their tasks with the necessary uniformity and even pace. Using the three minute time division of this new watch in conjunction with a compass, the frogmen commandos can perfectly orient themselves. As soon as the minute hand of the “Kampfschwimmer” timepiece has moved from one index on the dial to the next, the soldiers know they have covered an exactly-defined distance and so can perform their dive as planned.

During diving, the “Kampfschwimmer” timepiece is secured to a special compass board and is waterproof up to 30 bar(300 meters). The screw-in crown is fitted at the 4 o’clock position so the 44-millimeter timepiece also affords the greatest wearing comfort and freedom of movement. Large, Super-LumiNova coated hands provide easy readability in every situation – and ensure that the three-minute intervals can clearly be seen at a glance during diving or in darkness. Thus, it is clear that even the dial design has been adapted for the harshest of conditions.

Reliability and resilience are absolutely basic requirements for any operational service watch produced by Mühle-Glashütte. To this end, the “Kampfschwimmer” timepiece has a six-position regulated Mühle movement and Mühle rotor, patented woodpecker neck regulation (including fitting balance cock), and 38-hour power reserve. Of particular importance for this operational service watch is the Mühle fine adjustment, which ensures that the watch movement is just as precisely adjustable as it is shockproof.

In addition to its task as a navigational instrument and robust timepiece, this new Mühle service watch also performs a further function. This year, the “Kampfschwimmer” unit is celebrating its 50th   anniversary. Naturally enough, the soldiers wanted to celebrate this auspicious occasion with a timepiece that can not only hold up to the tasks performed by this special unit, but also fulfils its representative functions – and identifies the members of this special unit through its design. Thus, the individually designed, saw tooth bezel of this watch was based on the insignia of the combat divers: the sawfish. In addition, not only can the tactical number of the individual soldiers be found on the bottom of the stainless steel cases of the watches that were supplied to the unit, but also their 50th anniversary logo.

The result of the various requirements of the “Kampfschwimmer” – the triphibious special forces of the German Navy – is a watch that is optimally designed for keeping track of time in the water, on land, and in the air. Inspired by the sea, this innovation from Mühle Glashütte is also the perfect complement for everyday use through its masculine, sporty design and robust functionality.

Technical details
Model: Mühle-Glashütte “Kampfschwimmer”

Movement
SW 200-1, automatic; Mühle version with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop-second
Fast date correction
38-hr power reserve

Case
Stainless steel case
Unidirectional bezel
2.5 mm thick, domed and antiglare sapphire crystal
Screw-in crown
Ø 44.0 mm; H 15.1 mm
Water resistant to 30 bars

Strap
Synthetic strap with stainless steel pin buckle. Screwed strap attachment bridges

Dial
Blue. Super LumiNova coated hands and indices

Price
2.500,- Euro

Mühle-Glashütte New Terrasport III

With the new Terrasport III, Mühle-Glashütte expands its successful line of sporty instrument watches to includea new medium-sized, 34-millimeter variant. In the style of classic aviator watches, this timepiece offers excellent readability and precision with an appealing retro charm.

This new medium-sized variant of the Terrasport series is an unmistakable addition to this successful line of watches from Mühle-Glashütte. Alongside the characteristic Terrasport movement, this new watch also includes the Broad Arrow marker, a defining feature of classic aviator watches. This distinctive triangle at the 12 o’clock position helps pilots find their orientation even in rough turbulence. The Terrasport III’s clean, uncluttered dial design also provides an additional aid in ensuring the pilot’s correct orientation.

Mühle’s signature restrained understatement is perfectly combined with tasteful design elements such as the red-tipped second hand and red marker at the 12 o’clock position. Clear, distinct numbers and filigree hands enable the wearer to accurately tell time at a glance. The movement has also been specially adapted for the new 34-millimeter case with the minute and hour indicators differing from the larger models in their width, but not their length. The Terrasport III dial also possesses Mühle’s typically clean design, enabling the watch to perfectly perform its duties as a linear time-keeping instrument.

The Terrasport III is fitted with the tried and tested SW 200-1 Mühle movement, has a 38-hour power reserve and comes with characteristic Mühle refinements such as the patented woodpecker neck regulation and Mühle rotor.

With its 34-millimeter diameter and a case of brushed stainless steel, the Terrasport III cuts a dashing figure even on more delicate wrists. The comfortable, buffalo leather strap with white stitching is a perfect complement to the cream-colored dial.

Technical details
Terrasport III

Movement 
SW 220-1, automatic with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes, fast date correction, stop second, 38-h power reserve.

Case 
Brushed stainless steel
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Ø 34.0 mm; H 10.0 mm
Water-resistant to 5 bars

Strap 

Leather strap with stainless steel pin buckle

Dial
Black or cream
Hour indices, hour numerals and hands coated in Super LumiNova

Price
990, – Euro.

Mühle-Glashütte Antaria Tag/Datum

Inspired by Antares, one of the brightest stars in the night sky, the new timepiece from the Antaria family by Mühle-Glashütte makes an equally vivid impression in the day time. The day and date displays are tastefully highlighted on its distinctly understated dial without any unnecessary clutter or distractions.

With its anthracite dial and polished, bi-colour case with stainless steel and red gold, the new Antaria Tag/Datum is a real eye catcher like the red star. The red gold hands are clearly set off from the dark dial, elegantly sweeping across the minimalist watch face accented with rose gold appliqué numbers. Both numbers and hands beautifully complement the rose gold bezel, which crowns the 42 millimeter case made of polished stainless steel. The day and date indicators at the three o’clock position are harmoniously integrated with the anthracite-coloured dial.

And like the other models in the successful Antaria family, these attractive features are seamlessly brought together by an elegant leather strap with a stainless steel folding clasp. The Antaria Tag/Datum’s slim case houses the SW 220-1 self-winding, automatic mechanism in the Mühle version, which includes the distinctive woodpecker neck regulation, Mühle rotor and characteristic surface finishes.

The Antaria Tag/Datum is also available with an opaline silver dial and a case made of polished stainless steel.

Technical Details
Model: Antaria Tag/Datum

Movement 
SW 220-1, automatic with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes, quickset mechanism for day and date, stop second, 38-h power reserve.

Case
Brushed & polished stainless steel with a gold-plated bezel in the anthracite-coloured model (10 Micron)
Antiglare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown
Ø 42.0 mm; H 11.5 mm
Water-resistant to 5 bars

Strap
Russia leather strap with stainless steel butterfly clasp
Screwed strap attachment bridges

Dial 
Anthracite with gold-plated numerals and hands / Opaline silver with bright nickel-plated numerals. Super LumiNova coated hands.

Price 
1.850,- Euro (anthracite/ red gold)
1.990,- Euro (opaline/ silver)

Mühle-Glashütte Seebataillon GMT

Mühle-Glashütte GmbH, the German company that develops and manufactures high-quality ships’ timepieces, marine chronometers and mechanical wristwatches, now creates a timepiece for an elite unit of the German Navy. In cooperation with the soldiers of the upcoming “Seebataillon” (Marine Battalion), an extremely robust watch with a second time zone has been developed that both in design and functionality is well-equipped for every mission to be undertaken by this new unit of the German Navy – whether on land, see or in the air. This new watch developed by Mühle-Glashütte bears the name: The Seebataillon GMT.

The Seebataillon of the German Navy protects the various naval units, their institutions and their assets on land, around ports and on the high seas. Because time and timekeeping are decisive factors in planning and carrying out many missions, these soldiers were looking for a watch tailored specifically to their operational requirements.

The members of the soon to be formed Seebataillon were already familiar with the S.A.R. Flieger-Chronograph, which is used by naval rescue pilots and so approached Mühle-Glashütte with a proposal: to jointly develop a timepiece that was solid and shockproof enough for any mission, guaranteeing exact time and readability day and night, and combining the best properties of wearing comfort and optimum functionality.

It’s not surprising that Mühle-Glashütte was their first choice for fulfilling their fundamental requirements for reliability and durability of use: The Seebataillon GMT has a six-position regulated Mühle movement and our own in-house developed rotor, patented woodpecker neck regulation (including fitting balance cock), and a 42-hour power reserve.

Of particular importance for this operational service watch is the Mühle fine adjustment, which ensures the watch movement is just as precisely adjustable as it is shockproof. In addition, the self-winding automatic mechanism is an ideal choice for the various deployment zones and operational conditions in which the Seebataillon will be serving: because it operates without a battery, it will never let the wearer down due to diminishing battery life.

Also, the second time zone display is important for operations abroad. The second zone hand is split so the minute indicators are not obscured and the readability of the wearer’s local time zone is not impaired. The gold numbers on the dark, recessed, 24-hour scale of the local time zone are positioned for easy readability, with the numbers changing direction at the 6:00 and 18:00 o’clock positions so that the time can always be accurately read – even at a glance. When you’re on a mission, being able to quickly read the exact time is of particular strategic importance. This is why when the company designed the dial for the Seebataillon GMT particular emphasis was placed on making readability intuitive. The dial is equipped with double indices at the 3, 6, and 9 o’clock positions and has a divided triangle indicator at the 12 o’clock position. This design ensures the best possible distribution of luminous coating while at the same time ensuring the hands are clearly visible down to the exact minute.

The rotating countdown bezel is also designed for operational conditions: large, 5-minute intervals are provided for maximum clarity with the last 15 minutes divided into a minute scale, so that the time remaining before arrival at the wearer’s destination or other important operational events can be read exactly.

This timepiece has to be able to take a lot of punishment while still providing complete freedom of movement for the wrist and the greatest degree of wearing comfort. A titanium construction combined with proven Mühle features such as a screw-in crown at the 4 o’clock position ensures these objectives are achieved. The titanium housing of the Seebataillon GMT is particularly hardwearing and despite its size is surprisingly lightweight. These features ensure a high degree of wearing comfort and extreme robustness – regardless of the elements. Thanks to its pressure resistance of up to 30 bar, this timepiece is also suitable for missions under water. With all these features, this watch is a perfect addition to the impressive equipment of this elite naval unit.

The Seebataillon GMT is designed to satisfy all the operational requirements of this group. Its dark blue dial and gold GMT display evoke the colors of the soldiers’ berets and thus firmly establishes a connection with the Marine Battalion itself. The new Seebataillon GMT by Mühle-Glashütte bridges the gap between a military special operations watch and a sporty timepiece, suitable for both field use and for the parade uniform of the members of the Marine Battalion – truly making it a watch for every mission.

Technical Details
Model: Seebataillon GMT

Movement
ETA 2893-2, automatic; Mühle version with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Second time zone/24-hr display
Stop-second
Fast date correction
42-hr power reserve

Case
Titanium with bidirectional bezel
2.5 mm thick, domed and anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown
Ø 44.0 mm; H 12.7 mm
Water-resistant to 30 bars

Strap
Rubber strap with stainless steel folding clasp and extension
Screwed strap attachment bridges.

Dial
Blue dial
Super LumiNova coated hands and indices.

Price
2,400 €

Mühle-Glashütte Rasmus 2000

Germany based nautical instruments & watch brand Mühle-Glashütte unveils Rasmus 2000, their new professional grade diving timepiece named after the patron saint of sailors. This high grade timepiece is designed for the harsh conditions of the world’s violent oceans such as Baltic Sea. Developed in collaboration with the research divers at the University of Rostock, the Rasmus 2000 can withstand extreme pressure and offers perfect readability even in the depths of the undersea world. This makes the Rasmus 2000 a diving partner you can always trust.

Together with the research divers at the University of Rostock, Mühle-Glashütte has developed an underwater timepiece primarily designed for professional use. The European Scientific Diver Center in Rostock coordinates all activities required for educating and training research divers. The center also supports underwater scientific missions with both resources and personnel. The range of experience and expertise of these research divers is, therefore, extremely diverse, encompassing training for the most varied underwater tasks – from scientific research in underwater archeology to marine biology.

In collaboration with the European Scientific Diver Center, the Rasmus 2000 has not only preserved its defining characteristics, it will also be used in the future in Rostock for training students who, in turn, will share their experiences with this timepiece with Mühle-Glashütte. Equipped with a self-winding automatic mechanism with 38-hour power reserve and a particularly shockproof and finely-adjustable woodpecker neck regulator, this timepiece is a powerful diving partner. The choice of color for the dial as well as the broad, Super-LumiNova coated hands; numbers and hour markers guarantee precise readability – even in fading light.

The bezel is always of particular importance in a professional diving watch. In accordance with DIN standards, the bezel of the Rasmus 2000 is divided into continuous minute increments. To enable the wearer to keep track of how much time remains when scuba diving, it also comes equipped with the obligatory illuminated dot, which indicates the start of a dive, while the minute hand measures the actual dive time. Finally – so that the remaining dive time is not exaggerated should the bezel be twisted by accident – the rotating bezel can only be turned in a counter-clockwise direction. And the Rasmus 2000 never fails to make a good impression on land either, because the striking dial design in blue, black or orange forms a stylish complement to the two-tone bezel finish.

As a functional timekeeping instrument, the Rasmus 2000 is not only easy to read, but also extremely pressure resistant. The anti-magnetic case with its 3.5 mm sapphire crystal can withstand enormous water pressure of up to 200 bar. The protected, screw-in crown at the 4 o’clock position is not just a special feature of nautical watches from Mühle-Glashütte, it also helps afford greater freedom of wrist movement – a decisive advantage when working under water.

Technical Details
Model:  Rasmus 2000

Movement
SW 200-1, automatic; Mühle version with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop-second
Fast date correction
38-hr power reserve

Case
Stainless steel with magnetic field protection
Unidirectional bezel
3, 5 mm thick, domed and anti-glare sapphire crystal
Screw-in crown
Ø 44.0 mm; H 17.5 mm
Water-resistant to 200 bars

Dial
Blue, black or orange
Super LumiNova coated hands and indices, intensely luminous

Strap
Rubber or stainless steel strap with stainless steel folding clasp and extension
Screwed strap attachment bridges

Price
2,400 € (rubber strap)
2,500 € (stainless steel strap)

Mühle-Glashütte M 29 Classic

Mühle-Glashütte watches are first and foremost precision timekeeping instruments. This awareness of their function comes from over 140 years of tradition in the production of precision measuring instruments by this Glashütte family business. And no watch produced by Mühle Glashütte reflects this history more clearly than the new M 29 Classic – the dial of this cleanly designed timepiece is inspired by the historic Model 29 indicator gauge produced by Robert Mühle.

In 1869, Robert Mühle began making precise measuring instruments for the Glashütte watch industry. The highest possible precision and the exact readability of the measured values were hallmarks of the instruments he produced. To this day, Mühle-Glashütte maintains a strong commitment to these values in the production of its high quality wristwatches. This is particularly evident in the new M 29 Classic.

The fine, crystal-clear scaling of this timepiece is unmistakably inspired by the historic Model 29 indicator gauge produced by Robert Mühle & Son. While the Model 29 displayed accurate measurements up to a hundredth of a millimeter, the M 29 Classic affords the wearer accurate time reading down to the second – with just a glance. The black hour and minute scale and finely cut, dark hands are clearly offset from the crème-colored dial. Red indicators serve as orientation points – just like on the Model 29 – giving this fine watch its instrument-like character, with the red framing of the date display completing this image. The 42.4 millimeter watch case is supported by a wristband made of fine, brown calf’s leather.

In addition to its precision and easy readability, the M 29 Classic is distinguished by its exemplary robustness, which it owes to the recent history of Mühle-Glashütte. Thanks to the production of ships’ clocks and nautical instruments, which began after the reunification of Germany, Mühle was able to perfect the precision of its timepieces under all usage conditions.

The self-winding, automatic mechanism of the M 29 Classic is equipped with the patented and particularly shockproof woodpecker neck regulator, while the robust watch case comes with a screw-in crown and shield and is waterproof up to 10 bar. It is thus reminiscent of another Mühle-Glashütte nautical timepiece: the 29 Big, which was named after a class of sailing boat and whose design contributes the polished, stainless steel case to the M 29 Classic.

Thus the M 29 Classic combines nautical ruggedness and precision with the dial design of historic Mühle indicator gauges, making it not only a timepiece in its most elemental form, but also a perfect reminder of the history at Mühle-Glashütte, where a passion for precision measuring instruments seamlessly melds with nautical tradition.

Technical Details
Model: M 29 Classic

Movement
SW 200-1, automatic; Mühle version with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Stop-second
Fast date correction
38-hr power reserve

Case
Brushed/polished stainless steel
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Screw-in crown
Ø 42.4 mm; H 11.3 mm
Water-resistant to 10 bars

Strap
Stainless steel strap with butterfly clasp or leather strap with stainless steel pin buckle.

Dial
Black or cream.

Price
1,200 € (with leather strap)
1,300 € (with stainless steel strap)