Muhle Glashutte Watch Teutonia II Worldtimer Automatic 41mm Blue Dial
The Teutonia II Weltzeit is a watch for connoisseurs. When George Francis Train circumnavigated the globe in 80 days in 1870, it was still considered a sensation – today, an airplane needs only a few hours to do it. Anyone who likes to take it easy in our fast-moving times and enjoys getting to know the country and its people while traveling will find the Teutonia II Weltzeit a stylish companion. It not only informs its wearer of the current local time and a second time zone – the city ring, which can be rotated on both sides, can also be used to determine the times for 24 time zones around the world.
- 41mm Case Diameter
- Stainless Steel
- 10 ATM Water Resistance
- Second Time Zone/Worldtime complication
- Midnight blue, ray-cut dial with applied indices
- Automatic modified SW 330-1 movement with woodpecker neck regulation.
- Up to 42 hours power reserve
The Teutonia II Weltzeit has two crowns with different functions and designs: the crown at 2 o’clock is engraved with a globe and serves to operate the bidirectional rotating city ring. The crown at 4 o’clock is engraved with the traditional windmill and is used to set the time, date and GMT hand.
In combination with the city ring, the GMT index at 9 o’clock marks the respective set zone time if you synchronize the city name for the set time zone with the index.
FINELY DECORATED DIAL
The midnight blue dial has a fine ray cut. This plays with the incident light and makes the dial shine – sometimes brighter, sometimes darker – in different nuances.
All Muhle Glashutte watches are provided with their official 2-year international guarantee.
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