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It’s been a while, but finally here’s a new dedicated divers model from Tutima Glashütte; the new M2 Seven Seas has case made of pure Titanium, a 3mm-thick Sapphire crystal with antireflective treatment on both sides to assure maximal legibility,

a screwdown crown and caseback, a unidirectional rotational divers bezel and high pressure-resistance up to 50 bar, the equivalent of 500 meters of water-resistance.

The M2 Seven Seas has been released in response to frequent requests for a three-handed self-winding model for the M2 Military chronograph family. It is powered by a calibre T 330, automatic movement with a custom Tutima rotor in antique grey with 750 gold seal. In addition to a date display, this movement also powers a day-of-the-week indicator.

The M2 Seven Sea’s dial comes in either deep blue or matt black with white luminous markers and hands. I absolutely love the dial – super clean, super simple – ever so German but would have thought the seconds indicator should be also be lumed.

Finally, the new M2 Seven Seas comes on a pure Titanium bracelet Ref. 6151-04, or as an alternative to this tough Titanium bracelet, a sturdy highly-resistant Kevlar strap Re. 6151-04 is also offered. No word on pricing at the moment.


1 comment:

  1. $1,900 on a Kevlar strap and $2,300 on that classic H-link titanium bracelet.