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Suitable for the anniversary in 2022

S.A.R. models with red rubber strap

In February 2002 we have handed over the first S.A.R. Rescue-Timer to the sea rescuers. The 20th anniversary of the S.A.R. Rescue-Timer we are now also celebrating with a new rubber strap in bright S.A.R. red. This was exclusively developed for the S.A.R. Rescue-Timer and the S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN and is available immediately.

From the official flag with the Hanseatic Cross to the typical colors of the sea rescue cruisers: the color red plays an important role for the German Maritime Search and Rescue Service (DGzRS). Matching this, we are equipping the S.A.R. Rescue Timer and the S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN now with a new rubber strap.

 

Up to 5 millimeters thick. Fresh and salt water resistant. Deployment clasp with diving extension and safety push-buttons: like the black rubber strap, the new S.A.R.-red strap was created to withstand the toughest conditions of use. But even with such a functional bracelet, it’s not just the hard facts that count. Because our rubber straps are made exclusively for us, which is very easy to recognize from a loving detail: the Mühle lettering integrated into the rubber.

Sea rescue cruisers and boats in daylight red

The color of the sea rescuers on the North and Baltic Seas

The sea rescue cruisers and boats of the DGzRS have a particularly eye-catching color scheme: In addition to the dark green deck and the white superstructure, this is above all a broad, daylight red stripe that also bears the red Hanseatic Cross. Today’s typical coloring of the sea rescuers on the North and Baltic Sea was determined by means of extensive color tests in the 1970s and has since then proven to be an optimally recognizable combination – as the image below impressively shows.

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The new S.A.R. models

S.A.R. Rescue-Timer

The function and design of the S.A.R. Rescue-Timer were essentially shaped by the coxswains of the sea rescuers. The coxswains are the captains of the sea rescue cruisers and boats. In wind and weather, they perform their task of helping seafarers in distress. This practical orientation has resulted in a tool watch that is up to any challenge.

> More about the S.A.R. Rescue-Timer

S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN

The S.A.R. Rescue-Timer pushes the limits of what is mechanically possible: Because the rescue watch is not only extremely robust, now it also turns night into day.

> More about the S.A.R. Rescue-Timer LUMEN

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You have various options, if you would like to have your Mühle watch professionally serviced. For example, you are welcome to bring your watch directly to our factory or send it to us by post with the note “Service”. Please contact us in advance if you would like a service in our factory in Glashütte. We will be happy to provide you with more information about our services, the safe shipping of your Mühle watch and send you a return slip. In addition, you can contact a Mühle specialist dealer in your area. They will not only give you competent advice, there you can also hand in your watch for an inspection conveniently and easily.

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