Time flies with our Terrasport model, not only because it measures time like a classic pilots' watch but also because it takes us back in time to the very beginning of wristwatch production in the German town of Glashutte. This small town has been synonymous with high-quality time measuring instruments since as early as 1845. In the first century of watchmaking in Glashutte, however, luxurious pocket watches were the main instruments produced. It wasn't until the end of the 1930s that wristwatches became popular on a large scale in the form of precise and easy-to-read pilots' watches.
At the height of their development, these time measuring instruments were precisely designed to meet their intended purpose of use. Pilots were equipped with one of a variety of chronograph models, a large observation watch was available for navigation officers and other crew members wore smaller three-hand watches.
With its typical Muhle straightforwardness, precision and reliability, the Terrasport I Chronograph adds a new chapter to the history of the pilots' chronograph. The dials have an extremely high-contrast design that aims to provide the best possible readability. Luminous hands and hour indices ensure that the time can also be clearly seen in difficult lighting conditions. And our patented particularly shockproof fine regulation guarantees precise time measurement.
|Country of Manufacture||Germany|
|Bracelet Strap||Buffalo Leather|
|Functions||Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Chronograph|
|Movement||MU 9408 Automatic|
|Water Resistance||50 M|