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AOPA Aerosport Limited Edition

It is a great honor for Mühle-Glashütte to partner with the largest aviation association in the world, AOPA, for their special 80th Anniversary watch, in the design and manufacturing of a very special timepiece for pilots and aviation enthusiasts alike.

The AeroSport has been made to commemorate AOPA’s 80th Anniversary and is a Limited Edition of 500 pieces worldwide. The AeroSport features the AOPA logo on its jet black dial, white numbers and red indicators at 15 minute intervals, along with a red tipped minute hand allowing for superior ease of readability at a short glance.


PIP Idicator

Paired with the bezel is a triangle PIP indicator in AOPA royal blue that can be used to calculate length of time and or a fixed GMT function.

Elegant Design

The back of this timepiece features a display case back that reveals the elegant SW200-1 Muhle version, a custom rotor dressed in the AOPA blue and the AOPA 80 year’s anniversary logo. To dress this on the wrist is a soft black calf leather strap with black stitch and a stainless steel pin buckle clasp.

AOPA Special Offer

This exclusive collector’s item is retail priced at $1,899, but AOPA members only receive a special price of $1,499 by entering a unique promotional code at checkout.

About Mühle-Glashütte

At Nautische Instrumente Mühle-Glashütte, we enjoy being different. This is precisely why we make watches designed to master all kinds of different situations.

In order to ensure that a Mühle watch is the ideal companion for every adventure, we send it on its way with very special qualities in the form of our three nautical values: “precision, robustness and readability”.

Thilo Mühle places particularly high value on maintaining high quality standards. He represents the fifth generation of the Mühle family to manage the independent family company from the German town of Glashütte and continue its long-standing tradition stretching right back to 1869.