Glashütte-based watchmaker Tutima has launched the M2 Seven Seas S, the first M2 Seven Seas with a reduced case size allowing for a wider range of wearability. This ultimate “explorer’s watch”is crafted using robus and durable materials.
The stainless steel case of the M2 Seven Seas S is coated in a matte black layer, which is applied using the PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition) process. The inlay in the unidirectionally rotatable bezel with its distinctive luminous dot at the “12” is made of ultra-hard ceramic and is extremely scratch-resistant. The 2.5-mm-thick sapphire crystal, which is rated 9 on the Mohs Hardness Scale, is highly scratch-resistant. In combination with a screwed crown secured by lateral flanks and a screwed back, the timepiece can withstand an enormous pressure of 50 atmospheres.
The “midsize: 40-mm format of the watch allows it to fit comfortably on narrower wrists. Integrated lugs improve the ergonomics. The timepiece comes on the bicomponent strap which has a rubber underside and an upper surface of impregnated leather with discreet green stitching. The practical folding clasp lets the wearer adjust the strap to the desired length quickly and without damaging the wristband.
The M2 Seven Seas S is powered by self-winding Tutima Calibre 330 and ennobled with the Tutima gold seal. The shows the time precisely – even in absolute darkness thanks to the Super-LumiNova coating on the hands and indices.
Tutima M2 Seven Seas S retails for $1980 USD.
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