Tutima details three new watches

First published: 12-04-2011

Watchmaker Tutima has released a trio of new timepieces, each of which may appeal to fashion watch fans.

First up is the Grand Classic Black Chronograph PR, which is highlighted by the fact that its stainless steel case and bracelet have undergone a special hardening process, thus making them "as resistant to scratches as sapphire crystal", according to Watch Time.

These features are then enhanced via a coating of scratch-resistant black PVD. Other elements of this device include a choice between either a black or red dial, as well as a date window at three o'clock.

Meanwhile, the brand's Grand Classic Reserve dial comes packed with large date and power reserve indicators, with blued-steel hands adding to its appeal.

Tutima, which has been involved in the watchmaking industry since 1927, finishes off the new watch designs with the Pacific Black.

Some eye-catching elements of this device include a unidirectional rotating bezel with 60-minute diving scale and a stainless-steel case and bracelet.


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