Mühle-Glashütte – Robert Mühle Auf/Ab and Robert Mühle Kleine Sekunde
This year, the watch brand Mühle-Glashütte celebrates a long time since the company was established by Robert Mühle, yet additionally the twentieth commemoration of the re-establishment of the family business by Hans-Jürgen Mühle. To check this twofold commemoration, the German watchmaker introduced three extraordinary version models fueled by two assembling types.
The first and all the more valuable model is the Robert Mühle Auf/Ab Gold, a restricted version of 20 pieces in red gold. The cleaned and silk brushed 44 mm case, with its finely indented bezel, is suggestive of the marine chronometers that have been created by Mühle-Glashütte since 1994.
A few layers of stain give more profundity to the polish dial whose plan, with its red moment and second markers encompassing the moment track and its Roman numerals, takes inspiration from Glashütte’s customary pocket watches. The hands are gold plated and match the red gold case. At 12 o’clock we locate the up/down complication outwardly balanced by the little second showcase at 6 o’clock. The name of the up/down showcase comes from the labels at the two closures of the 300° scale, with “up” (“auf”) demonstrating that the movement is completely wound and “down” (“ab”) illuminating wearers that the development has completely run down.
The hand-wound type RMK 01, obvious through the straightforward case back, is the primary Muhle-Glashutte development completely created in house and highlighting an engraved balance cock with woodpecker neck fine guideline. Beating at 21,600 vph, if offers a 56-hour power hold.
The steel form of the Robert Mühle Auf/Ab, a restricted release of 145 units, contrasts from the red gold variant for the silver dial with blued hands.
The third model, the Robert Mühle Kleine Sekunde, is described by the silver dial with Arabic numerals, blued hands and little seconds at 6 o’clock.
The steel case maintains the breadth of 44 mm yet it is somewhat more slender than the Auf/Ab models (11.8 mm rather than 13 mm) in light of the fact that the hand-wound development RMK 02 doesn’t highlight the power reserve module mounted on the RMK1.
145 bits of the Robert Mühle Kleine Sekunde will be created.