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|Muhle-Glashutte Teutonia III Handaufzug|| Rate Topic
|Posted: Wed Mar 23rd, 2011 02:47 am||
The case, in stainless steel, measures 41mm x 11.2mm. It has an AR-coated sapphire crystal and is water resistant to 100 meters.
Movement is the German made hand-wind caliber MU 9411, the first in-house movement from Mühle-Glashütte. Its transmission wheel and ratchet wheel, for example, are placed visibly in the three-quarter plate typical of Glashütte, and are given the Glashütte solarization, both of which are features of typical Glashütte pocket watch movements. In addition, this caliber is also equipped with the woodpecker neck regulation developed by Mühle in 2003.
This ensures that the timing check of the movement, which is regulated in six positions, is not altered when the watch is subjected to a sharp jolt. It has a power reserve of 38 hours.
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|Posted: Sat Mar 10th, 2012 11:39 am||
|Very nice, but the bezel reminds me of Chronoswiss.
Re inhouse movements - does that equal expensive servicing?
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