The S in the name stands for steel as all previous M” Seven Seas models have been in titanium. The four new models come in a 44 mm wide and 13 mm thick brushed and partially polished stainless steel case. The unidirectionally rotating bezel with a marker at the “12” is both functional and eye-catching. The crown’s lateral flanks protect against impacts. Combined with a 3 mm thick anti-reflective sapphire crystal, this is a robust and sturdy dive watch.
The new M2 Seven Seas S comes in either a green or yellow dial on a two-component strap made of rubber and impregnated leather with colored stitching or a stainless steel bracelet. Both the yellow and green dials have a graduated finish that darkens toward the edges. The indexes and hands are coated with Super-LumiNova making the new M2 easy to read in low visibility.
The engraved case back protects the Tutima 330 automatic caliber and features a 38-hour power reserve. The M2 Seven Seas S is water-resistant to 500 meters which means it can withstand a pressure of 50 atm!
The Tutima Glashütte Seven Seas S Pricing
The Seven Seas S is comparatively affordable and reasonably priced, with the version on leather retailing at EURO 1,650 and on a steel bracelet EURO 1,830.
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Susanne Samuelsson is from Sweden but has lived in Switzerland for most of her life. She has spent the last 20 years working for luxury watch publications in sales and marketing. She has worked for Europa Star, Revolution, Elite Traveler,Quintessentially and The Rake. She loves wearing men’s timepieces and since she started The Watch Pages has a list as long as your arm of new watches she would love to buy!