The date window is one of the most commonly used complications in modern-day wristwatches. It is, however, a relatively young additional function, with the first watch using this type of date display not being produced until 1945. In contrast, the date hand is one of a number of complications that have been around for a long time but are only used on rare occasions in the present. This, for MÜHLE Nautische Instrumente, was reason enough to bring this classic complication back to the forefront in their manufacturing line. The Robert Mühle Zeigerdatum was first shown at Baselworld in 2016.
This model is limited on only 100 pieces.
Specs en detail:
Movement: RMK 03, handwinding. Ø 36,60 mm, height 8,35 mm. 180 Parts. 33 Jewels of which three are to be found in screwed gold chatons. Glucydur-Balance withNivarox spring, 21.600 B/h. Hacking. Point date with fast correctio. 56h power reserve designed as an up and down indicator. Engraved balance cock with Mühle inhouse woodpecker fine regulation. 3/5 plate.
Case: Stainless steel, brushed/polished, Ø 44,00 mm, height 12,56 mm. WR 10 bar.
Crystal: AR-coated sapphire crystal on top and sapphire display back.
Strap: Croc, stainless steel deployant
Dial: Anthrazit. Numerals and indexes applied, hands: polished stainless steel
Retail: 7.500,- Euro