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Mühle-Glashütte Seebataillon GMT Automatic Watch

Mühle-Glashütte Seebataillon GMT Automatic Watch

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Quite expensive for an ETA ...
dorian_grey
Actually since it use the glashutte name, it has to offer at least 50% of the value of the movement as made in glashutte. So it's an ETA base with in-house modification. All Glashutte watches has this rule.
In this exemple, the regulation systems is completely inhouse.
dorian_grey
Main modification to the base movement is their woodpecker neck regulation and rotor to insure better accuracy in harsh conditions (i.e. shock resistance).
Mühle Glashütte caliber Mühle SW 330-1 Brand: Mühle Glashütte Reference: Mühle SW 330-1 Base: Sellita SW330-1 Movement: Automatic Display: Analog Diameter: 25.60 Jewels: 25 Reserve: 42 Frequency: 28800 Date: Date Hands: Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Additional 24 Hour Hand (adjustable)
Description • Automatic winding • Patented woodpecker neck regulation and Mühle rotor • Characteristic surface finishes with blued screws, Glashütte solarization and perlage • Hour, minute and second with stop-second • Date with fast date correction • Second time zone and/or 24-hour-display • 42-hr power reserve • Ø 25.6 mm; H 4.1 mm
if wrist size is small, the only way is to cut the strap given no microadjustment holes on the buckle ?
Its so beautiful but so expensive.
Fancy, but i can't put $2000 on my arm. 😃
This is a really great deal for this watch... wish my budget wasn't so constrained at the moment or I'd be in.
The Seebataillon GMT is not technically a diver. It is a maritime operations watch commissioned by the German Naval Force Protection Battalion - name: Seebatallion; motto: "From land to sea - from sea to land" - whose remit ranges from relief, rescue and evacuation missions to the protection of sea routes, ships, ports, and strategically important positions against asymmetric threats and terrorist attacks. They also carry out the reconnaissance, identification, and control of ordnance on water and land. Kind of a combination of the Coast Guard and Navy Seals. It has a bi-directional bezel for event timing and a GMT complication because international shipping paperwork is all done using GMT time just like for air transportation. And being a titanium case it is very lightweight and tough.
Price is good, but not great.
Bloody nice watch, wearing mine as we speak..... great price. Big watch but light due to the titanium, strap very comfortable but you have to cut to size which may be a problem for some. Definitely 21 jewels not 25 as stated. Would highly recommend a great GMT watch
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Thanks. Just wanted to make sure. You never know with this modified movements. Yeah I can see that there is countdown bezel.
nemeckristijan
nemeckristijan... overall I love this watch, wear it 2-3 times a week on rotation. Comes to work with me! I have skinny wrists but have never felt it to be to large
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It's a solid-ass looking sucker. I've never seen a strap like that, sort of silicone with separate end pieces? I assume that the endpieces come out to accommodate other straps? Although my experience with the equally hefty Glycine Aquarius is that these big mother watches don't work so well with third-party straps, unless the straps are really thick.
Tragically well out of my price range, but that is a stunning looking watch..
I've owned a Muhle Glashutte (The SAR) before and they are amazing watches. I'm in.
Numbers on bezel wrong way?? 45 30 15??
XinuniX
It's a countdown bezel rather than a timing bezel.
Looks nice, what's the lug to lug?
Description say 25 jewel movement but caseback picture says 21 jewel. Hmmm🤔
LeoMonera
I think this is an older description for the watch. When introduced and until recently these watches had an ETA 2893-2 movement with 25 jewels. The Sellita 300 must only have 21 jewels. I couldn't tell you how or if this will make a difference. I know I've really liked this watch for a long time. Tried one on while visiting Hamburg and it is a very well built watch. Muhle-Glashutte does not mess around. They built top-notch watches throughout their entire line-up.
LeoMonera
See LDoc's explanation above.