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SKU #

10341

Brand

Martin Braun

Model

Teutonia C

Made in

Germany

Movement

Automatic Movement; MAB-T150C; Swiss Made

Case

Stainless steel

Case diameter

42 mm

Dial

White guilloche

Crystal

Domed sapphire crystal

Bracelet material

Calfskin; pin buckle; black

Condition

New

Includes

Generic box

Water resistance

50 m

Gender

Men’s

Martin Braun Teutonia C New Watch

SKU: 10341
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  • The Martin Braun Teutonia is a modern representative of the traditional Pforzheim watch industry, which was founded more than 250 years ago. The coin-rimmed stainless steel case, measuring 42 millimeters in diameter, is the perfect size to be worn comfortably in any situation. The case was designed by Martin Braun himself and features semicircles in the middle that form the ribbing. The large Oignon-style crown allows for a user-friendly grip and its silky contours sit comfortably on the wrist. The filigree dial with guilloché in the middle segment is electroplated in nickel silver.

     

    The movement is the automatic Swiss caliber MAB 150. The Teutonia comes with a supple calfskin strap, which is attached to the lugs with screws rather than pins for added security.

     

    Case: Teutonia, polished steel, 42mm diameter, 10mm high

     

    Case back: 8-fold screwed

     

    Function: hour, minute, second, date,

     

    Hands: Blue

     

    Black arabic numerals

     

    About Martin Braun

     

    Martin Braun is part of an inherited watchmaking dynasty and has been in the business for three generations. Martin's passion for timekeeping dates back to his youth. During his apprenticeship, he became so involved with the complex mechanics of watchmaking that he decided to get serious about creating unique models. First, he assembled a unique ammonite table clock equipped, among other things, with the legendary movement regulator invented by the famous English watchmaker Graham. Together with his father, Martin Brown restored old rarities and unusual movements, for which he made cases. These included mechanisms for samples and perpetual calendars. "During this time," Martin recalls, "I gained invaluable experience that enabled me to make cases for movements and spare parts for calibers built over 100 years ago.

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