Following the launch of the three-hand Coastline collection at Baselworld 2019, today Tutima adds a sporty new chronograph to the M2 collection.
Introducing the Tutima M2 Coastline Chronograph, a professional watch, based on the Tutima Military Chronograph from 1984. Crafted from pure titanium, and sandblasted to a completely matte finish, the case measures 43 mm in diameter, which is considerably smaller than the other chronographs in the M2 collection.
Despite its rugged nature, this wristwatch is designed without angular corners and sharp edges. The dial is focused on legibility, achieved by “the clear arrangement and linear design of all elements,” according to Tutima Glashütte.
As with previous M2 chronographs, the pushers are large, flat and designed to be operated even with gloves on. There are textured inlays atop the titanium push buttons that are coated with black PVD, enhancing the look and grip. Moreover, the buttons integrate perfectly with the smooth lines of the case.
Interesting, the flange has a 12-hour ring (at 45 degrees) that coordinates with the primary hour indices that lay flat on the dial.
Tutima’s new outsourced automatic caliber 310 chronograph movement drives the hours, minutes, small seconds, date, and the chronograph (with 60-second, 30-minute, and 12-hour counters distinguished by bright red hands). The maximum power reserve is 48-hours. The watch features a flat anti-reflective sapphire crystal, screw-down crown with crown guards, and has a water-resistance of 200 meters.
The M2 Coastline is available in either a matte black or blue dial and retails for $3,300 on a leather strap with stitching in the same color as the dial or $3,600 on an integrated titanium bracelet. (Ref. 6430-02/6430-03)
Learn more at Tutima.