The Teutonia II Weltzeit is a watch for connoisseurs. When George Francis Train circumnavigated the globe in 80 days in 1870, it was still considered a sensation - today, an airplane needs only a few hours to do it. Anyone who likes to take it easy in our fast-moving times and enjoys getting to know the country and its people while traveling will find the Teutonia II Weltzeit a stylish companion. It not only informs its wearer of the current local time and a second time zone - the city ring, which can be rotated on both sides, can also be used to determine the times for 24 time zones around the world.




The Teutonia II Weltzeit has two crowns with different functions and designs: the crown at 2 o'clock is engraved with a globe and serves to operate the bidirectional rotating city ring. The crown at 4 o'clock is engraved with the traditional windmill and is used to set the time, date and GMT hand.




In combination with the city ring, the GMT index at 9 o'clock marks the respective set zone time if you synchronize the city name for the set time zone with the index.




The midnight blue dial has a fine ray cut. This plays with the incident light and makes the dial shine - sometimes brighter, sometimes darker - in different nuances.

Muhle Glashutte Teutonia II Worldtimer

  • Stainless steel.
    Bidirectional rotating inner bezel.
    Anti-reflective sapphire crystal.
    Back with transparent window.
    Screw-down crown.