The balance must be right. This applies not only to the 29er as a sailing dinghy, but also to the 29er Tag/Datum. When the wind is really tugging at the sail and the foresailor is hanging with all his weight in the harness of the fast racing dinghy, the right balance decides whether you win or sink. Equally important to us was the balanced relationship between the date and weekday display in the development of the 29er Tag/Datum. These were placed at 3 and 9 o'clock, underlining the straightforward character of the 29er.
The displays for the date and day of the week have been placed at 3 and 9 o'clock. This underscores the straightforward character of the 29er.
At Mühle-Glashütte, this designation stands for timepieces that provide information about the day of the week in addition to the date. In the case of the 29er Day/Date, the Sunday is also executed in red.
PLAY OF COLORS
SAND METALLIC REHAUT
The rehaut in sand metallic also focuses on harmony. The color tone very elegantly mediates between the titanium-gray dial and the silver-colored stainless steel case.
Muhle Glashutte 29ER Day/Date - Tag/Datum
Non-reflective sapphire glass.
Back with transparent window.