Tutima Glashütte is releasing the M2 Seven Seas S, a stainless-steel offspring of the titanium-clad M2 Seven Seas household, with a case that has been shrunk from 44 to 40 millimeters. The spectacular water-resistance of as much as 500 meters stays unchanged. One other first is the black PVD coating on the case, which is provided with a protected screw-in crown and a screwed-in case again.
The luminescent degrade dial that we already know from earlier editions is protected by a sapphire pane with a thickness of two.5mm and framed by a black scratch-resistant ceramic diver’s bezel. The M2 Seven Seas S beats to the rhythm of the German model’s caliber Tutima 330, which is predicated on Sellita SW200, and retails for roughly $2,000 when transformed to USD.
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