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Tutima has added two models to its excellent M2 Seven Cs S Adventure watch collection, both with a steel case and two eye-catching green or yellow gradient dials.
This new addition to the M2 Seven Siege collection has added an S to its name to denote a brushed and partially polished 43mm stainless steel case instead of a titanium case.
Whereas previous steel models offered red or blue dials, the latest M2 Seven Siege S offers a yellow or green dial, but with a twist. In the center, each dial option invites the viewer to enjoy the gradually darkening of the color until the color becomes dark along its perimeter.
New M2 Seven Seas S from Tutima Glashu¨tte.
Glashütte-based tutima then continues the gradient effect by listing leather bracelets, which match the green color on the dials of both new models.
Of course, Tutima also offers a steel bracelet, priced at a very fair সহ 400 with a premium, for those who prefer a more traditional approach.
The watch captures the full range of nautical-ready specifications of the collection, including a screwed crown, threaded case back, and, critically, an extra thick (three-mm) pan of sapphire crystal securing the dial. The one-way rotation bezel with a marker in “12” is both functional and eye-catching.
The hand and markers here are wide and exceptionally easy to read. Tutima enhances that visibility by placing a generous coat of superluminovar on the marker, hand and dot at the top of the dial.
The use of both the Tutima’s a screw-in case back and an extra thick crystal contributes to the extremely strong 500-meter water resistance rating for the M2 Seven Seas series. Inside the M2 Seven Sis, the S Tutima deploys its automatic ETA-based caliber 330 that displays a 38-hour power reserve when fully wound.
Price: $ 1,900 (leather strap) and $ 2,300 (steel bracelet).