Tutima Glashütte’s popular M2 Seven Seas S model has been released in a new compact and stealthy format, making it the newest member of the M2 Seven Seas S LINEUP.
Normally found with a 43mm diameter stainless steel case, the M2 Seven Seas S is now available with a 40mm case with a rugged black PVD finish.
However, this new model has been given the most desirable dials, so we once again have a retina-refreshing yellow gradade or gradient dial that merges into green on its outer edges.
But the watch retains its agility and some of its 500-meter water-resistance and black ceramic inlay with a new diver’s bezel.
The M2 Seven Seas S PVD’s integrated 22mm lugs support a strap made from a combination of leather (top) and rubber (bottom) with contrasting green stitching.
It comes with a folding clasp for easy on the wrist adjustment. Meanwhile power is taken care of by Tutima’s ETA-based Caliber 330 automatic movement. MSRP is 1,980.
Thoughts? Given the contemporary nature of the M2 watches, would DLC have been a better choice? It’s too small for me anyway, but still nice. But what do you think?