In-House Movements of Tutima

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In-House Movements of Tutima

Postby koimaster » July 30th 2018, 3:58pm

Rome wasn’t built in a day — and neither was Rolex, Patek Philippe, Jaeger-LeCoultre and other watch manufacturers praised for their vertical integration and lauded for their array of in-house calibers. While we all applaud the handful of brands that bring new and increasingly complicated calibers to market virtually every year, we also should take note of other brands, many of them smaller, independently owned, or known throughout their history more for outsourcing their movements, that are taking a more incremental approach. In this series of articles, we take a look at five brands — three Swiss, two German — that are taking it slow and steady. This week, we turn our focus to Germany’s Tutima, which began in-house movement production in earnest upon its much-heralded return to Glashütte in 2013.

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Re: In-House Movements of Tutima

Postby tomsimac » February 14th 2019, 4:43pm

As some of you may know, I’ve owned about 20 different models, triple gmt to basic divers
Due to illness or rather watch hobbyitis I sold most and usually bought another with in days
Most excellent build and having just sold my Bumblebee it’s driving me to look for another.
I currently have a model 667 Pacific SS which I bought from Germany new in 2012
I’ll never part with it as it’s a perfect watch for me.

I’d be glad to discuss the brands pluses with anyone
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