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.

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