Precision mechanics with numerous additional functions
The Teutonia watches are also convincing when it comes to technical features. The automatic movements are equipped with a patented woodpecker neck regulator, their own rotor, a Glashütter three-quarter plate, a Glashütte mill-specific surface finish, a built-in stop-second function, a rapid date correction and a 48-hour power reserve. A resistant case made of ground and polished stainless steel, a water resistance up to 10 bar and a double anti-reflective sapphire crystal provide the necessary protection for the movement. Furthermore, the case captivates with an integrated viewing window at the bottom that provides an excellent view of the movement. Depending on the model, the dial of the Teutonia shines in a noble cream shade, a rich black, a smoky slate grey or a dark blue shade. The watch straps also vary greatly between the different versions. In addition to leather/rubber straps with stainless steel pin buckle, the range also includes leather variations such as crocodile leather straps or brushed stainless steel watch straps.
Mühle Glashütte: watchmaking art with a long tradition
The world-famous watch brand Nautische Instrumente Glashütte /SA. impresses not only with a company history dating back to 1869, but also with the finest watchmaking craftsmanship. Production and distribution of all watches of the Mühle Glashütte Teutonia collection are located at the company's headquarters in Glashütte/Saxony. The independent family business is now managed in the fifth generation by Mr. Thilo Mühle.