Together with a smaller star which orbits it, Antares forms a double galaxy. A family of watches named after Antares therefore simply has to have a model with a small second. Given that everything we do at Muhle-Glashutte revolves around elementary time measurement, this dial division is even of double benefit.
When someone for example asks us the time, we normally give it in hours and minutes. A small second hand slips discreetly into the background as we register the most important figures indicating the time. On the other hand, for reasons of easy readability, we did not want to do without this indicator entirely. After all, the rate of the second hand tells us at a glance that the watch is functioning reliably.
|Country of Manufacture||Germany|
|Case||Stainless Steel with Gold Plated Bezel|
|Functions||Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Date|
|Dial Markers||Gold Plated|
|Movement||SW 200-1 Automatic|
|Water Resistance||50 M|