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MUHLE GLASHUTTE

The roots of this old instrument maker, originally named "Robert Muhle & Sohne" dates back to 1869. Fine mechanical tools, measuring instruments and Nautical timing devices have been traditional products at the House of Muhle. Robert Muhle & Sohne supplied all the firms in the region, like A.Lange, J.Addmann, Strasser & Rode, and others with fine measuring instruments for the watchmaking production. In 1995 the present head of the organization and Robert`s grandson, Hans-Jürgen Mühle, revitalized the old tradition and expanded Glashutte`s traditional product range of marine chronometer and ship clock fittings by adding a collection of precision mechanical wrist watches.
In today`s vast sea of brands, producing a fine watch is an important factor, but being a company that has just the right balance between a finest quality of their product and a family-like business relationship, conduct and not getting caught up in the corporate rollercoaster of the per-share performance for the stockholders, is even more important! As a family owened business it is still located in a small factory building at the heart of the German valley of time - 150 year old town of Glashutte in Saxony, near Dresden. We are fortunate in becoming a part of this family, this great organization that is capable of producing a fine quality watch and yet have a personal family care. This brand quickly became one of our best sellers! Check out Nautische Intrumente/Muhle Glashutte/SA showcase in our Denver showroom.

MUHLE GLASHUTTE WATCH M1-41-03-KB
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MUHLE GLASHUTTE WATCHES (Germany)
SEARCH AND RESCUE (S.A.R)
Model: M1-41-03-KB

Natusche Instrumente by Muhle Glashutte, SA classic diver model made in collaboration with Search and Rescue captains of the German Coast Guard.

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Exhibitions:
Hamilton - American tradition JEAN MARCEL SWISS WATCHES MOMO DESIGN RACING
MONDAINE SWISS RAILWAY WATCH MOVADO - "ALWAYS IN MOTION" MUHLE GLASHUTTE NAUTISCHE INSTRUMENTE