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.
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 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).