M2 Coastline Chronograph

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M2 Coastline Chronograph

Post by koimaster » June 13th 2021, 11:26am

In 2018, Germany’s Tutima rolled out the entry-level Coastline family of casual sport watches, placing them within the M2 collection that takes visual inspiration from the brand’s Military Chronographs of the 1980s. The first M2 Coastline models were basic three-handed timekeepers with day/date displays; this year’s extension, the M2 Coastline Chronograph, takes the model even closer to the spirit of its ancestors.

Like its predecessor, the M2 Coastline Chronograph features a 43-mm tonneau-shaped case made of pure titanium and boasting rounded contours free of sharp edges and corners. Owing to the use of titanium, the case is ultra-light yet highly robust and water-resistant to 200 meters. The sapphire crystal over the dial is nonreflective to eliminate glare, and the chronograph push-buttons surrounding the screwed crown are ergonomically rounded, both for tactile comfort and to conform pleasantly to the contours of the case.

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