Founded in 1927 by Dr Ernst Kurtz, Tutima has a long custom of assembling pilot watches. The Grand Flieger Airport is an assortment roused by one of the brand’s 1940s chronographs. The line’s particular trademark – a bidirectional rotatable bezel with a 60-minute scale and a red marking point – is currently made of super hard scratch-safe ceramic interestingly and offered in two new hued versions.
This specialized redesign for the assortment is presented with a programmed day-date model and a chronograph, additionally with day-date sign. The two models are fitted with angle dials in exemplary blue or military green, coordinating the ceramic bezel and tie. The 43mm treated steel case with a screw-down crown is water-impervious to 200m. The sapphire gems securing the dial and the development at the rear of the watch are treated with hostile to intelligent coating.
In the average style of this assortment, the dials of these Grand Flieger Airport models are centered around clear difference and ideal clarity. The hands, the enormous rectangular hour markers and the pearl on the pivoting bezel are brilliant. The red numerals and three-sided list of the chronograph 12-hour counter bring a unique touch.
Both models are fueled by exact and dependable self-winding developments. The three-hander houses the type 330 (in view of the ETA 2836) with 38 hours of force hold when completely twisted. The development of the chronograph, the Tutima type 310, depends on the ETA Valjoux 7750 with its trademark dial format and with day-date sign. It brags 44 hours power reserve.
The watches are worn on hearty green or dim Cordura texture ties fitted with a hardened steel collapsing clasp. There is likewise a three-connect steel arm band alternative. The three-hand variant of the Tutima Grand Flieger Airport retails for EUR 1,900 on lash and EUR 2,200 on steel arm band. The chronograph retails for EUR 3,300.
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