Basel 2019 Mühle Glashütte Teutonia Sport I (Clous de Paris) M1-29-65-LB
The red and black design of the original Teutonia Sport gave it a very Italian feel. The new Teutonia Sport I, on the other hand, puts us back on German soil, or better said racetracks, with what could easily be mistaken for a true Silver Arrow on our wrist. With its sleek silver design, you can’t help but remember the historic Grand Prix racing cars of the Saxon Auto Union racing around the track. In fact, with Horch, DKW and Wanderer, R. Mühle & Sohn once supplied three of the four brands in the group with its equally legendary Glashütte Mühle speedometers, as well as car clocks and rev counters. This new Mühle chronograph watch appeals to both car lovers and watch connoisseurs, especially due to the automotive design of its highly functional face. The main highlight of its design is the face’s bi-compax layout, which features a small-second display at the 9 o’clock position and a 30-minute counter next to 3 o’clock. Just like the speedometer and rev counter in its four-wheeled counterpart, the timepiece’s totalisers are perfectly incorporated into its stylish face with stunning “Clous de Paris” embossing.
Movement: MU 9419, automatic, patented woodpecker neck regulation, Glashütte three-quarter plate, own rotor, characteristic surface finishes, stop-second, fast date correction, 48-hr power reserve
Case: Stainless steel with a black titanium carbide (TiC) coating, Bidirectional bezel, 2.5 mm thick, domed and double anti-glare sapphire crystal, Transparent case back, stainless steel, Screw-in crown, Water-resistant to 30 bars, Textile strap with a stainless steel pin buckle (black, DLC-coated), Screwed strap attachment bridges
Size: Ø 42.6 mm; H 15.5 mm
Dial: Silver with Clous de Paris embossing, Applied indices, Hour markers and hands coated in Super LumiNova