Tutima Glashütte adds two new variants to its M2 Seven Seas S line. Like many previous models from the German watch manufacture, the debutantes sport colorful dials, in this case, red and blue, with a gradient finish.
Both new watches feature a steel case – the “S” in the model’s name refers to this metal – with a moderate diameter of 40mm and a svelte height of 12.5mm. The signature water resistance of 500 meters featured in previous models from the brand remains in the new versions as well.
As is crucial for dive watches, the M2 Seven Seas S pieces feature luminescent coatings on the indices and hands as well as a unidirectional bezel. The dials are protected by a 2.5mm thick sapphire crystal. Inside we find the brand’s self-winding, Sellita SW200-based caliber Tutima 330, whose rotor is enhanced with a gold seal.
The Tutima Glashütttet M2 Seven Seas S is available on a metal bracelet retailing for approximately $1,890 when converted to USD. The red dial model is also offered with a rubber and leather strap combination, which retails for approximately $1,700.
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