Glashütte-based Tutima expanded its Saxon One assortment with two new timepieces – a chronograph and a three-gave model – portrayed by blue dials which make a striking contrast with steel cases and bracelets.
The new shading joins opaline-silver-white and opaline-anthracite dials effectively present in the assortment.
The two models share the same esthetic with the distinctive pyramidal structure of the case. A red checking point accentuates the bidirectionally pivoting bezel.
The domed sapphire crystal over the dial is antireflective on the two surfaces and offers a reasonable perspective on the applied file markers.
A screwed back with a sapphire crystal seals the case to ensure a water resistance of 200 meters/660 feet.
The Saxon One Chronograph Royal Blue has a breadth of 43 mm and is powered by the self-winding chronograph Caliber Tutima 521 contribution a power reserve of 48 hours when completely wound. The chronograph module that Tutima developed for Caliber 521 differs from most different chronographs because the hand demonstrating the elapsed minutes is mounted midway getting rid of a less intelligible small subdial. This is an important preferred position in situations where better neatness is necessary.
The three-gave Saxon One Automatic Royal Blue has a measurement of 42 mm and encases the self-winding Caliber Tutima 330, which is praised by the Tutima rotor with a 18 karat gold seal. Alongside the date display, the development also indicates the day of the week. The independence is 38 hours. tutima.com