10200">The Teutonia IV is increasingly developing into an innovation carrier for Mühle-Glashütte. The Teutonia IV Moonphase, presented in 2019, was the first watch with a moon phase display in the collection of the independent Glashütte family company - now this watch family also contributes the smallest chronograph. The medium chronograph is characterized by a 39 millimeter stainless steel case.
M1-44-35-LB

Teutonia IV Chronograph

0">The Teutonia IV is increasingly developing into an innovation carrier for Mühle-Glashütte. The Teutonia IV Moonphase, presented in 2019, was the first watch with a moon phase display in the collection of the independent Glashütte family company - now this watch family also contributes the smallest chronograph. The medium chronograph is characterized by a 39 millimeter stainless steel case. ... Show more »
M1-44-35-LB

Teutonia IV Chronograph

The Teutonia IV is increasingly developing into an innovation carrier for Mühle-Glashütte. The Teutonia IV Moonphase, presented in 2019, was the first watch with a moon phase display in the collection of the independent Glashütte family company - now this watch family also contributes the smallest chronograph. The medium chronograph is characterized by a 39 millimeter stainless steel case.
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reference
M1-44-35-LB
dimension
Ø 39.0 mm.
Height 14.6 mm.
function
Date.
Chronograph.
case
Stainless steel.
Non-reflective sapphire glass.
Back with transparent window.
Screw-down crown.
movement
Automatic.
MU 9419.
Woodpecker neck regulation. Glashütte three-quarter plate.
Seconds stop.
Fast date correction.
dial
White.
Applied indices.
Blued hands.
Strap
20 mm.
Leather strap with a stainless steel double folding clasp.
Screwed strap attachment bridges.
power reserve
Up to 62 hours.
water resistance
Waterproof up to 10 bar.
Just beautiful
Clearly drawn dial
The white dial shines with applied indices and a clearly drawn minute track with small blue second and minute digits. The lancette-shaped hands, whose lengths are perfectly matched to the individual time scales, are also in blue.
MU 9419
The Chronograph Movement
The Mühle chronograph movement MU 9419 is equipped with a Glashütte three-quarter plate including a removable escape wheel bridge and the Glashütte click. In addition, there is the efficient Mühle rotor (removed in the picture) and above all the patented, particularly shock-proof woodpecker neck regulation.
Balanced
Bicompax dial
The totalizers for the small second and the 30-minute counter of the chronograph are positioned at 9 and 3 o'clock. Thanks to the bicompax division, the dial of the chronograph measuring just 39 millimeters is particularly well-balanced.
High precision
Regulation in six positions
Each Mühle movement is regulated in six positions and set so that its rate is between 0 and +8 seconds/day. The regulation specification is based on the chronometer standard and an in-house regulation specification from Mühle-Glashütte: Because no one who wears a Mühle watch should be late because of his watch.
Family ties
Relationship to the Teutonia IV Moonphase
With the Teutonia IV Chronograph, the relationship with the first Teutonia IV with a moon phase display can be seen at first glance. Like the Teutonia IV Moonphase, the new medium chronograph is characterized by a white dial with applied indices and a clearly drawn minute track with small blue second and minute digits. The lancette-shaped hands are also in blue.
Icon from Glashütte

The design of the
Teutonia IV

Characteristic of all Teutonia models is the elaborately crafted middle part of the case with its volute-shaped horns and the vertical cut, which is applied by hand. Compared to the Teutonia II, however, we have designed the dial of the Teutonia IV much more straightforward. In detail, this means: beveled roof bezel instead of stepped B-bezel - clean, finely grained dial instead of traditional guilloché or luxurious radiant cut.
UNDERSTATED INNOVATION

Timeless or delicate pastel tones, the finest mechanics for all: Teutonia IV.

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Who can service my Mühle wristwatch?

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.

Where can I find technical details for my Mühle wristwatch?

The most important technical information on watches in our current collection can be found on our website by visiting the “Wristwatches” page and selecting your collection and model. Technical details for your model can also be found in the instruction manual for your watch. If you have any further questions, especially regarding older models, please feel free to contact us.

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