The Teutonia II Chronograph is ticking proof of how to give an elegant timepiece a sportier direction. First and foremost, of course, this is a credit to the timekeeping function. After all, the totalizers of the hour and minute counters give the dial its own unique dynamic. The diagonally arranged displays for the date and the day of the week pay into the same account.
The chronograph movement impresses with the especially shock-resistant woodpecker neck regulation, a Glashütte three-quarter plate and the efficient Mühle rotor.
While the middle part of the case is grinded, the pushers, as well as the tops of the horns, are finely polished. Both characterize the sporty, elegant appearance of the chronograph.
The Teutonia II Chronograph lives up to its role as an elegant business watch with its sophisticated features. The indices are applied by hand and beveled on all four sides.
FINELY DECORATED DIAL
The silver-colored dial is intricately guilloché, which means it has a fine relief-like pattern that is embossed with a stamp.
EXCITING SHADOW PLAY
The stepped B bezel of the silver-guilloché version creates a varied play of shadows and emphasizes the elegant character of the chronograph.
Muhle Glashutte Teutonia II Chronograph
Non-reflective sapphire glass.
Back with transparent window.