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The youngest of the brand, the Tutima Glashütte Sky collection was first launched in 2017 with a vision of providing the brand with a rather chic makeover by incorporating vibrant hues under the brand. The catchy designs and colours are directly inspired by the 1970s when bright palettes of colours were prevalent. Apart from resembling the 70s, the Sky collection also carries the militaristic DNA of Tutima.
Bringing another set of dress watches under its aegis, Tutima has a rather benevolent approach towards the Sky collection. With no sporty or rugged feature inside this collection, the Sky features a polished round case. This elegant case is further complimented by index markers and dauphine hands. Running parallel to the aesthetic values are the utilitarian values of the collection such as the day/date marker at the 3 o’clock marker. Finishing the brilliantly crafted set of timepieces is the fine Milanese bracelet offering a sensual finish to the Sky collection.
Powered by the automatic Tutima 300, the Sky collection is as accurate as it is beautiful. The rotor powering the movement is fitted with Tutima’s 18-karat gold seal. The Tutima 300 movement offers a power reserve of approximately 38 hours.