|The nautical origins of our company are also reflected in an elegant watch family such as the Teutonia. Even our classical timepieces are first and foremost instruments for measuring time and have to measure up to the nautical virtues - clarity of display, reliability and precision.
Thanks to our fine regulation and a high-quality case which is water-resistant to 10 bars, the Teutonia II Quadrant Chronograph has everything it takes to fulfill these requirements. With a rectangular chronograph in particular however, the challenge is to ensure that the seconds in a stopped time are easily readable even in the corners of the case. This square-shaped case is able to perfectly meet the demand for an easy-to-read display.
The Teutonia II Quadrant Chronograph is therefore also a worthy champion of our nautical virtues - which, by the way, also find expression in the name of the watch. In marine navigation, the word quadrant designates an area given by the ship's position and the system of coordinates used.