Another Mühle Baselworld 2018 novelty
Sophisticated Slow Travel with the Teutonia II Weltzeit
Nowadays, a single orbit around the globe can take as little as 92 minutes. Travellers who would rather sit back and enjoy a less hectic ride with all the more style and elegance are sure to love the Teutonia II Weltzeit. The Teutonia II Weltzeit is a watch for true connoisseurs!
When George Francis Train travelled around the world in 80 days back in 1870, he became a major sensation, so much so that he was the inspiration behind Jules Verne’s famous novel. The same impressive journey can now be completed by an aeroplane in just a few hours and by the International Space Station in a speedy time of just 92 minutes.
Will visit the Mühle Team tomorrow to get some first hand info/pics.
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. Crocodile leather or stainless steel strap with a stainless steel butterfly clasp. Screwed strap attachment bridges.
Dial: Midnight blue with a sunray finish. Applied indices. Gold-plated (GMT display) and bright nickel-plated numerals and indices.