Thilo Mühle successfully manoeuvres the family business Mühle Glashütte in the 5th generation through the waters of today's watchmaking world. The company can look back on a long history, with the foundation stone being laid already in 1869 by Robert Mühle in Glashütte.
At this year’s Baselworld 2019, Thilo Mühle presents us three new watches: Firstly, the Panova Green, which comes with a green dial, orange indices and a sporty Nato strap (optionally in leather or textile). A watch, that perfectly captures the brand’s youthful and modern side. Next up is the Sea-Timer BlackMotion, a stealth watch that’s entirely black. The 44mm case is coated with a special titanium carbide layer, is waterproof to 300m and comes on a black textile strap, making it a super rugged tool watch. Last but not least, we have the Teutonia Sport I, a modern bicompax chronograph. The special Clous de Paris dial gives the impression of an automobile cockpit and the blue rotor is adorned with a special lettering to mark the 150th anniversary of the company.
Baselworld 2019: Interview with Mühle-Glashütte CEO Thilo Mühle
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