Tutima introduces 2 striking colors to their M2 Seven Seas

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Tutima extends their successful M2 Seven Seas titanium series with two new striking signal colours in orange and yellow.

Unmistakably Tutima Glashütte: the new M2 Seven Seas models with
pure titanium case (tested to resist pressure up to 50 atm), threaded back,
screwed crown, antireflective sapphire crystal, unidirectional rotatable
bezel and Tutima’s self-winding Calibre 330. Diameter = 44 mm.

Press Release information

M2 Seven Seas Suggested retail price in Germany: with two-component strap: EUR 1670, with titanium bracelet: EUR 1890 .

Aero Club Suggested retail price in Germany with Horween leather strap: EUR 1350 with stainless steel bracelet: EUR 1600.

L: M2 Seven Seas Signal Yellow with two-component wristband
combining robust Kevlar fabric, rubber underside and colour-coordinated
stitching; ref. no. 6151-09. R: M2 Seven Seas Signal Orange; ref. no. 6151-07.

Distinctively different! The new models of Tutima Glashütte’s successful M2 Seven Seas titanium series set a strong statement with striking signal colours also known from diver’s watches. With dials in bright orange and yellow, these robust wristwatches attract maximal attention and guarantee optimal legibility for those who enjoy water sports such as sailing, surfing, swimming and diving. Needless to say, these handsome newcomers also reliably keep time on terra firma.

For the first time in the M2 Seven Seas, a two-component wristband made of rubber and Kevlar is now available as an additional option to complement the familiar pure titanium bracelet. The underside of this supple rubber wristband, as well as the stitching on its robust textile- textured upper surface, perfectly match the dial’s vibrant colour scheme. A screwed crown, threaded back and three-mm-thick pane of sapphire crystal above the dial contribute to the excellent watertightness of the pure titanium case, which resists pressure up to 50 atm. The sturdy case optimally protects Tutima’s selfwinding Calibre 330, which is embellished with Tutima’s gold seal on its rotor and amasses a 38-hour power reserve when fully wound. Super-LumiNova coating on hands, indices and the dot at the “12 o’clock” position on the unidirectional rotatable bezel assure that the wearer can also clearly read the time in the dark.

With the new M2 Seven Seas, Tutima Glashütte sends a strong signal to strong personalities. Available with a pure titanium bracelet or rubber wristband.


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