Tutima Tempostopp

Tutima Tempostopp

Tutima, founded in Glashütte, Germany, in 1927, celebrates its 90th anniversary with a new version of the Tutima Fliegerchronograph made in the 1940s. At the time, the Fliegerchronograph was a landmark piece, perhaps the first German-made flyback chronograph. The flyback function was given the name Tempostopp at the time, and this has been used for…

Tutima Glashütte M2 Seven Seas

Tutima Glashütte M2 Seven Seas

The Tutima Glashütte M2 Seven Seas, presented at Baselworld 2016, is a very attractive diving watch, sleek and compact enough to be perfect as an everyday sports watch, but with a performance that makes it robust and reliable underwater. The case is in pure titanium, 44 mm in diameter, 13 mm thick, with 3mm-thick watchglass and…

Tutima Grand Flieger Classic Automatic

Tutima Grand Flieger Classic Automatic

The Grand Flieger collection by Tutima is directly descended from the pilot’s chronograph made in the late 1930s and early 1940s, that was fitted with the UROFA 59 flyback chronograph movement. It is shown in the photo below, image courtesy of Tutima: The historic chronograph was comparatively small when compared to the B-Uhr watches made…

Tutima M2

This watch was developed from the Tutima Military Chronograph, also known as the NATO, reference 798, introduced in 1984, a chronograph with centre-sweep chronograph seconds and minutes hands, and the unusual feature, for a watch of this type, of the day as well as the date. The NATO had a Lemania 5100 movement, a calibre…

Tutima

Company profile: Tutima is one of those heroic German brands in the sleepy valley of Glashütte, in Saxony, that thrived until the end of the Second World War, was destroyed by an air-raid, and was later reborn and went on to reach new levels of success. But the Tutima story is a little different from…