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    New Muhle Jubilee Editions

    Just noticed two new watches to commemorate a couple of milestones in Muhle's history. Gorgeous watches with a manufacture manual wind movement. Love the steel Robert Muhle KS. I was really hoping it would be more moderately sized at 38-40mm, but not so. Yet another 44mm arm clock. While I envy you folks with wrists that can handle this, the watch will sadly be a no-go for me. I get that the 36.6mm movement needs some space, but is 44 really necessary? Nevertheless, a handsome watch regardless and a terrific brand.
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    Re: New Muhle Jubilee Editions



    this is good.

    i like this classic looking model. you can't go wrong with that.

    i also like the 10bar water resistance and 56 hour power reserve.

    not a fan of 44mm diameter, though. not at all.

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    Re: New Muhle Jubilee Editions

    Nice, but too big for such a classic and dressy watch. Should have been 40mm, which the movement allows for.

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    Re: New Muhle Jubilee Editions

    More Glashuette prowess coming from Muhle. Love everything about these except for the large size and chopped numbers. These are just LE's, so maybe they will keep the positives and eliminate the negatives for future everyday offerings.

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    Re: New Muhle Jubilee Editions

    Quote Originally Posted by dhtjr View Post
    Just noticed two new watches to commemorate a couple of milestones in Muhle's history. Gorgeous watches with a manufacture manual wind movement. Love the steel Robert Muhle KS. I was really hoping it would be more moderately sized at 38-40mm, but not so. Yet another 44mm arm clock. While I envy you folks with wrists that can handle this, the watch will sadly be a no-go for me. I get that the 36.6mm movement needs some space, but is 44 really necessary? Nevertheless, a handsome watch regardless and a terrific brand.
    I agree, a 40mm would be great for my wrist. Have you seen the rose gold version?
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    Re: New Muhle Jubilee Editions

    I like the unusual elliptical shape of the sub seconds, as well as the power reserve. But I'm not a fan of yellow or rose gold, roman numerals, or the red accents. This reminds me a bit of a Dornbluth Auf-Ab that I really like, which I think is perfectly sized (for me anyway) at 39mm. I'm sure this Muhle will find many fans though, despite what I expect will be a rather high price tag.

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    Re: New Muhle Jubilee Editions

    The rose gold version looks very elegant, but I agree that the other 44mm is nice but too big to be considered a "dress" watch.
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