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2022-08-12

TUTIMA M2 Seven Seas S PVD [wot no dlc]

Tutima Glashütte’s popular M2 Seven Seas S model has been released in a new compact and stealthy format that makes it the pluckiest new member in the M2 Seven Seas S LINEUP

Typically found with a 43mm in diameter Stainless steel case, the M2 Seven Seas S can now be had with a 40mm case coated with a tough black PVD finish.

However the lines most desirable dial has been carried over to this new model, so once again we have the retinal revivifying yellow dégradé or gradient dial that merges into green at its outer edges. The watch however also retains all of its spottiness and some with its 500 meters of water-resistance and new diver’s bezel with black ceramic inlay. The M2 Seven Seas S PVD’s integrated 22mm lugs host a support a strap made from a combination of leather (top) and rubber (bottom) with contrasting green stitching.
This comes with folding clasp easy on the wrist adjustment. Meanwhile power is taken care of via Tutima’s ETA-based Caliber 330 automatic movement. MSRP is 1,980.
Thoughts? Seeing as the M2 watches are of a contemporary nature, would DLC have been a better choice? It’s a little too small for me anyway but still nice. But what do you think? 
 
 https://tutima.com/

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