The nautical origins of Muhle Glashutte are also reflected in an elegant watch family such as that of the Teutonia. After all, even their classical timepieces are first and foremost instruments for measuring time and have to measure up to the nautical values of clarity of display, reliability and precision. Thanks to their patented fine regulation and a high quality case that is water-resistant to 10 bars, the Teutonia II Quadrant Chronograph has everything it takes to fulfill these requirements. All components of the watch case are attached using eight small screws for better watertightness, with the watch back and all internal seals screwed to the bezel through the middle section of the case. This timepiece is therefore a worthy champion of their nautical value, which, by the way, also find expression in the name of the watch: In marine navigation, the word quadrant designates an area given by the ship’s position and the system of coordinates used.