With Baselworld 2016 now less than a month away, watchmakers are getting ready by teasing us with a range of new models. Germany’s Mühle-Glashütte is bringing six time measuring instruments (in other words, not all may be watches). It earlier this month teased the nautically-inspired Mühle-Glashütte 29er Zeigerdatum as one of those pieces.
The 29er Zeigerdatum is a worthy champion of our nautical values, namely precision, reliability and perfect readability. Furthermore, it is also a watch that truly lives up to its name: our collection of 29er models, which was named after a class of sailing dinghies, is celebrating its tenth anniversary as an extremely successful family of watches this year.
The latest in Mühle-Glashütte 29er’s line, the 29er Zeigerdatum does away with the more traditional date window in favour of a pointer date movement with a crescent-tipped hand that will complete one revolution of the dial every month. The white dial is complemented with a light blue flange and red second hand. It can be paired with a navy blue textile strap to match the blue found in the hand and scale of the date display. It can also be paired with Mühle-Glashütte’s 29er bracelet.
Like other 29er models, it will come with applied indices and Super LumiNova-coated hour markers and hands.
As one would expect from a teaser, Mühle-Glashütte did not reveal everything about its latest 29er. Expect additional specifications, pricing and availability details about the Mühle-Glashütte 29er Zeigerdatum to be announced at Baselworld 2016 along with the five other pieces the German is company is bringing.
Source : Mühle-Glashütte