When it comes to diving in the Great Barrier Reef, the Rasmus 2000 watch is completely in its element. On top of this, it also needs to prove its worth when used in the rough waters of the Baltic Sea or during a dive in a murky lake. Mühle-Glashütte therefore worked with research divers from the University of Rostock when developing this model. They use the watch when training budding maritime archaeologists or marine biologists at a wide variety of different diving sites and regularly inform people at Mühle about their experiences with the Rasmus 2000.
Another particularly important feature of a professional divers’ watch is its bezel. Mühle-Glashütte have given the bezel of the Rasmus 2000 a continuous minute graduation in line with DIN standards. It also features the obligatory luminous dot that enables users to determine their remaining dive time when using scuba equipment by showing the start time of the dive whilst the minute hand measures the duration of the dive. On top of this, the bezel can only be rotated anti-clockwise in order to avoid a longer remaining dive time from being displayed in the case of accidental movement of the bezel. Thanks to these features, users can rely on Mühle’s divers’ watches at all times, both under and above water. Mühle-Glashütte have therefore christened it the “Rasmus”, just like the patron saint of sailors.
Movement: SW 200-1, automatic; Mühle version with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface finishes. Stop-second. Fast date correction. 38-hr power reserve.
Case: Stainless steel with magnetic field protection, unidirectional bezel. 3,5 mm thick, domed and anti-glare sapphire crystal. Screw-in crown. Water-resistant to 200 bars.
Dimensions: Ø 44.0 mm; H 17.5 mm.
Strap: Rubber strap or stainless steel bracelet with stainless steel folding clasp and extension. Screwed strap attachment bridges.
Dial: Super-LumiNova coated hands and indices, intensely luminous.
Face colour: Black