Tutima M2 Coastline

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Tutima M2 Coastline

Post by koimaster » September 22nd 2020, 9:01am

Founded in 1927, Tutima has always been known for making highly practical, quality timepieces. Some of the brand’s earliest models were quite dressy, for example, the rectangular Calibre 58. This art deco timepiece was a paragon of sophistication with crisp Arabic numerals denoting the hours, a small seconds display and a dial framed with a chemin de fer.

However, the release of the ‘Two-Button Pilot’s Chronograph’ in 1941, set the firm on a course that led to its enviable reputation for legibility and robustness. Indeed, the Tutima Military Chronograph ref. 798 was voted the official pilot’s watch of NATO in 1984.

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