Tutima’s Latest Watch Is Designed For World Travelers

The M2 Seven Seas timepiece has been pressure-tested to 50 atmospheres and is built to go the distance.


There are watches best suited for more standard everyday wear, and watches designed to literally go the distance, via ascent, descent and locales in between. The new Tutima M2 Seven Seas S decidedly falls in the second camp, making it the latest and greatest watch to amplify your everyday carry.

Needless to say, if you’ve been searching for a rugged watch built for the field and beyond, you’ve found what your collection needs.

The M2 Seven Seas in its own right is a hard-wearing, tough-as-nails sport watch built for just about anything, and it’s been bolstered here with a uniquely durable, pressure-worthy stainless steel build. Made with partially polished, brushed stainless steel, the M2 Seven Seas S is rated to 50 ATM, or a water depth of 500 meters.

It’s a worthy watch for explorers on the seas, with style to stand up to the demands of global travel without missing a beat.


Take your pick from two options alongside the hard-wearing stainless steel case: A handsome two-component green leather-and-rubber strap, itself a nice complement to the multi-toned yellow dial, or a stainless steel set of links befitting a rugged-yet-refined dive watch.

The case itself is meant to withstand extreme pressures, with a toughness only bolstered by lateral flanks, which protect the case from further impacts.

The dial is topped off with anti-reflective sapphire crystal, a material matched only in toughness by diamond. Translation: This watch packs a serious wallop in terms of bang for your buck.


The M2 Seven Seas S also updates the Seven Seas model with style points in mind, courtesy of a rich green-hued dial option. The green dial in particular contrasts nicely with the clean, crisp silver dial markings, which in turn play nicely off the strong design of the rotating bezel.

Both dial options boast helpful, highly legible Super-LumiNova coated markings for maximum visibility down to that water rating of 50 ATM.


The watch is a testament to the longevity of Tutima, with watchmaking history dating back to the 1920s through periods of turmoil and multiple watchmaking factory locations.

This watch, like other models in recent years, is made with precision in Glashütte, and the brand notes that it’s “a genuine discovery for explorers.”

It’s also more than fairly priced given the craftsmanship, functionality and style you’re getting: Splurge on the stainless steel bracelet for $2,300, or pick up the component rubber and leather strap option for $1,900.

Either watch will go the distance with style and functionality in mind, just like Tutima intended.