It has been 10 years already that the German Maritime Search and Rescue Service (DGzRS) service started using MG’s Rescue-Timer watch as its official timekeeper. Celebrating this milestone, the German watchmaker has prepared two limited edition versions of the device. Renamed as Mühle Glashütte S.A.R. Anniversary-Timer, the watch now comes with a bi-color ceramic bezel and even features an extremely scratch-resistant DLC coating on one of its two versions.
The German watchmaker has recently upgraded its Terrasport line of pilot’s watches with the new Muehle-Glasuette Terrasport II. Featuring the easily recognizable styling of the dial (although Muehle-Glasuette has a number of watches with radically different exterior,) the timepiece is equipped with unusually thin, delicate-looking hours and minutes hands.
The new Muehle-Glashutte Teutonia III Handaufzug is the first hand-wound watch from the German watchmaker that comes powered by their own Caliber MU 9411 hand-wound movement that was designed and manufactured solely in-house.
Although officially positioned as a timekeeper for adventures, the new Muehle Glashuette Terranaut III Trail may be a nice choice for people searching for a reliable tool that looks like a pilot’s watch, is powered by a good Swiss-made movement, and wouldn’t break a bank even if you are a student majoring in Liberal Arts.
Officially presented at Baselworld 2011 show -an industry even that is, unlike the revered SIHH, isn’t reserved exclusively to Swiss-based manufacturers and allows international brands to show their most outstanding timekeepers to a lot wider audience-, the new Mühle Glashütte Marinus GMT (ref. M1-28-53-KB) diver offers the right combination of useful water resistance rating of 30 ATM together with a 24-hour second time zone indication courtesy of a Swiss-made automatic movement. All of that at an affordable price.