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.
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.
Model: Teutonia II Großdatum Chronometer
ETA 2892 with Grand Data module Jaquet 3532, automatic; Mühle version with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes
Fast date correction
42-hr power reserve
Brushed/polished stainless steel
Domed, anti-glare sapphire crystal
Transparent case back
Ø 41.0 mm; H 12.7 mm
Water resistant up to 10 bars
Crocodile leather strap with stainless steel butterfly clasp. Screwed strap attachment bridges
Silver, guilloche finish or midnight-blue with solarisation
Applied indices, blackened or nickel-plated hands
Limited edition: 250 pieces in each face colour
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