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Named after the state the brand was founded in, the Tutima Glashütte Saxon One collection is named after the Free State of Saxony. A relatively young collection, the Saxon One was first revealed in 2017 during the Baselworld. For Tutima, the Saxon One was the start of an era that included more elegant and less militaristic timepieces. While keeping the original DNA of the brand intact, the Saxon One still presents itself as a classy dress watch.
For a brand that has been associated with manufacturing robust watches for military watches, it is quite unlikely to produce a dress watch. Retaining the sportiness of the watch, the Saxon One features integrated lugs with the signature red marker at 12 o’clock. The Saxon One Automatic features a day/date window at the 3 o’clock marker, whereas, the Saxon One Chronograph features horizontally stacked chronograph sub-dials. Calming the tides down, the Saxon One M offers high-quality watchmaking with an affordable price tag.
For women, Tutima has elegance wrapped up in durability with the Saxon One Lady. A petite series of timepieces with integrated lugs that offers ruggedness with grace. The Tutima Saxon One Lady is fitted with a mother-of-pearl dial, whereas, the Saxon One Lady Diamonds is fitted with diamonds on the bezel. Offering a much petite version for women, the Saxon One Lady S Diamonds is available in a 34mm case fitted with diamonds on the bezel.