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Tutima Glashütte adds two new two watches to its sporty M2 Seven Seas S collection, each with a smaller case than existing 44mm models and each with a colorful dégradé dial.

Tutima offers the new 40mm M2 Seven Seas S MariTimer with a stainless steel case and bracelet.

The new M2 Seven Seas S MariTimer series, with its mid-sized 40mm case and 500-meter water-resistance rating, offers a somewhat dressier option to what is one of this brand’s bedrock collections.

The Tutima M2 Seven Seas S MariTimer, with a two-component strap made of rubber and leather with color-coordinated stitching.

The strong case construction, even in its new 40mm size, offers a a screwed back and threaded crown with protective flanks that make it useful for snorkeling and diving. Its partially polished stainless steel bezel (with luminescent marker at 12) can only be rotated counterclockwise around a solid 2.5-mm-thick sapphire crystal.

Tutima’s M2 Seven Seas S MariTimer also offers integrated lugs for a snug fit. And as is true throughout the series, the new watch assures its wearer of precise timing. Inside you’ll find an ETA-based automatic Caliber 330 with a 38-hour power reserve.

Within the pair on offer, there is a slight variation in bracelets. While the M2 Seven Seas S MariTimer in blue comes with a stainless steel bracelet, the red-dialed model is available with a stainless steel bracelet or a two-component strap. The red edition’s strap is made of impregnated leather with skin-friendly rubber on the underside. Red stitching along the wristband’s sides matches the dial’s color and adds a nice accent.

Prices: $2,350 (on bracelet) and $1,980 (on a strap).

Tutima expands its high-end Patria collection with a 43mm rose-gold-cased Patria Small Second model topped with rich blue dial—a new combination for the series.

The new Tutima rose-gold-cased Patria Small Second.

The Glashütte-based watchmaker reserves Patria for its dress-watch designs fitted with its in-house Caliber 617, a stunning hand-finished manual-wind movement.

Visible through the sapphire caseback, Caliber 617 displays classic Glashütte-style assembly that includes a three-quarter plate, here set with three ruby bearings set in gold chatons.

Note too the very nice sunburst finish on the winding wheels set with a special ratchet with steel springs polished by hand. And Tutima tradition calls for polished rather than Swiss-style blued screw heads, all of which are also quite visible through the clear back. 

A beautifully polished and skeletonized balance cock adds symmetry and technical strength to the scene, holding a balance that oscillates at a frequency of 21,600 vph.

While we’ve seen a blue dial in the existing Patria collection, that model is framed in a steel case and appears to reflect a slightly lighter blue hue. With its more luxurious aspect, this newest blue-dialed model serves as a background for hand-polished golden hands and indexes—including those within the seconds subdial. 

The Patria series reminds collectors that Tutima’s style of Glashütte manufacturing reaches beyond the sporty and military models for which it is best known. This newest model again convinces us that alongside its tough timepieces Tutima also produces technically astute, richly finished dress watches.

Price: $21,000.   

Tutima Glashütte releases the M2 Seven Seas S-PVD, an addition to one of its best selling collections, with a smaller steel case, a hardened black PVD coating and spectacular yellow dégradé dial that melts to green at its edges.

The new Tutima M2 Seven Seas S-PVD.

Now with a debut 40mm case, considerably smaller than the collection’s standard 43mm diameter, Tutima’s new M2 Seven Seas S-PVD retains its sportiness, notably with an ultra-hard black ceramic unidirectional rotating bezel and a full 500-meter water resistance rating.

For those who prefer a moderate-sized sports watch, this new 40mm case fits well on narrower wrists, especially with the M2 Seven Seas’ integrated lugs. The lugs support a sharp-looking leather and rubber strap, which has its rubber underneath (on the skin) and its top with green-stitched leather, nicely matching the green color around the dial’s edge. All hands and indexes are coated with a generous helping of SuperLuminova.

As ever, Tutima fits a practical folding clasp to the strap to allow the wearer easy adjustment. Inside you’ll find Tutima’s automatic ETA-based Caliber 330.

Price: $1,980.

Tutima has teamed with Los Angeles-based shoe and accessory designer George Esquivel to launch a set of travel accessories that includes a special edition Tutima Patria Dual Time watch.

Gathered to express the ‘spirit of travel and adventure’ inherent in both Tutima and the George Esquivel collection, the Compass collection set includes the 43mm dual time Tutima watch (in steel) on a hand-crafted leather strap (with two additional NATO straps), a watch holder designed by Esquivel, a pair of Esquivel’s Chelsea boots and an overnight duffle.

The Tutima Patria Dual Time, with its natural leather Esquivel double strap.

Each handcrafted piece in the collection is emblazoned with a compass logo on natural leather vachetta, all made in the Esquivel workshop in California.

The Tutima Esquivel Duffle

The Tutima Patria Dual Time, which features the Compass logo on its strap and sapphire caseback, is a manual-wind model fit with Tutima’s impressive in-house Caliber 619 movement featuring sixty-five hours of power reserve and a dual time function.

The Tutima-Esquivel watch caseback view, showing Compass engraving.

On the dial Tutima places its dual time indication within a subdial that also indicates running seconds. While the seconds indication is made of gold (like the hour and minute hands), the second time zone hand is made of easy-to-read blued steel.

Tutima applies a beautiful traditional Glashütte sunburst hand finishing to the movement and makes all of this visible through the transparent sapphire case back. Collectors will note the three-quarter mainplate and Tutima’s own oscillating system with its special terminal curve.

The Tutima-Esquivel Patria Dual Time on an Esquivel single strap.

“When we learned of George’s passion for watch collecting and his personal experience with Tutima, we knew he would be the perfect partner to collaborate with”, says Gustavo Calzadilla, President & CEO of Tutima USA. “It was important we create a collection that perfectly represents the value of fine craftsmanship instilled in both Tutima and Esquivel and we found the same dedicated effort and attention to detail in his journey of creation as we have at Tutima.”

The Tutima-Esquivel watch travel case.

The full Compass adventure set, a limited edition of twenty-five, is priced at $16,900 and is available at Esquivel’s atelier in downtown Los Angeles, Gary’s in Newport Beach, and the Tutima USA and Esquivel Shoes websites.


Tutima adds two models to its excellent M2 Seven Seas S adventure watch collection, and both catch the eye with a steel case and two interesting green or yellow gradient dials.

This newer of the M2 Seven Seas collections adds an S to its name to denote a use of a brushed and partially polished 43mm stainless steel case rather than a titanium case.

Where previous steel models offer red or blue dials, the newest M2 Seven Seas S offers a yellow or green dial, but with a twist. In the center, each dial option invites the viewer to enjoy the color’s slowly darkening hue until the color turns darkest along its periphery.

The new M2 Seven Seas S from Tutima Glashütte.

Glashütte-based Tutima then continues the gradient effect by enlisting the leather bracelet, which is colored to match the green on the dial of both new models.

Of course, Tutima offers a steel bracelet as well, priced with a very fair $400 premium, for those who prefer a more traditional approach.

The watch retains the collection’s full array of nautical-ready specifications, including a screwed crown, threaded caseback and, critically, an extra-thick (three-mm) pane of sapphire crystal protecting the dial. The unidirectional rotating bezel with a marker at the “12” is both functional and eye-catching.

The hands and markers here are wide and exceptionally easy to read. Tutima enhances that visibility by placing a generous coat of SuperLuminova on the markers, hands and the dot at the top of the dial.

Tutima’s use of both a screw-in caseback and an extra-thick crystal contribute to the very strong 500-meter water resistance rating for the M2 Seven Seas series. Inside the M2 Seven Seas S Tutima places its automatic ETA-based Caliber 330 that exhibits a standard 38-hour power reserve when fully wound.

Prices: $1,900 (leather strap) and $2,300 (steel bracelet).