Women’s Watch Wednesday – Reviewing the Tutima Saxon One Lady Automatic

Women’s Watch Wednesday – Reviewing the Tutima Saxon One Lady Automatic

While I love a complicated ladies’ watch chocked with horological ability and heaps of capacity, few out of every odd watch must be over the top. At times a basically perfect and exemplary look does some amazing things. Such is the situation with the German-Made Tutima Saxon One Automatic Lady watch, a fresh out of the plastic new proposal from a brand more used to instruments than feminity. I picked to acquire this watch for an audit for a few reasons – not the least of which is the brand itself.

Tutima Glashütte/SA is one of those German brands that has completely changed itself since the Berlin Wall went down and the German reunification occurred. This brand had the option to open an all-new best in class industrial facility in the Glashütte district, where it had initially been and has been making remarkable new in-house types for some time now.  Additionally, the brand knows some things about style and plan. One or two…

Predominantly a brand known for its pilot’s watches and tough instrument watches for men, Tutima thought outside the two or three years prior and revealed a whole Saxon One Ladies assortment that has incredible structure, work and mechanics.

The Saxon One Automatic Lady watch that I acquired is a 36mm treated steel watch whose shape simply continues to pull my eyes to it. The watch has a pad molded case with an internal roundabout bezel and a round dial – for an incredible play on bended geometrics (just what ladies love).

Even better is the way that the drags are ergonomically bended so the watch embraces the wrist wonderfully. While the pad case is exceptionally cleaned, the hauls are glossy silk completed for a decent, scarcely perceptible difference. Moreover, the drags hold a compatible lash into place – something else I love about the watch. Having the option to change the tie gives a lady so numerous choices.

For the steel variant I acquired, I exchanged between a dark croc tie and a white lash. I adored the dim lash the best since it gave a genuine apparent look to the watch. Tutima offers ties in a large group of shadings, and even likewise offers this watch on a tempered steel wristband. I additionally like that the brand doesn’t hold back by any means – and outfits the watch with a collapsing fasten on the ties. Notwithstanding the steel rendition, Tutima likewise creates this watch in 18-karat rose gold.

The dial of this watch is a sparkling mother of pearl that is one of the most glowing dials I have found in quite a while. Any way I turned my wrist, that sparkle got the light grandly. While Tutima offers the Saxon One Automatic Lady watch with or without a precious stone bezel, I selected to wear the jewel adaptation – for the most part since I contemplated whether it would dress the watch up a lot to need to wear it the entire day. It didn’t. The jewels were the perfect measure of glitz to feel extraordinary throughout the day without being garish. What’s more, it normally transitioned to night with no issue at all.

The Caliber Tutima 340 automatic development (ETA-based) powers the watch and offers hours, minutes, and clear seconds date at 3:00 (something else I love since I simply appear to always be unable to recollect the date) and 42 hours of force hold. I would have preferred somewhat more force hold since I change observes each day, however large numbers of the automatics have only 42 hours of save. The domed sapphire precious stone is hostile to intelligent on the two sides, so glare was never an issue. Furthermore, I cherished the transparent sapphire precious stone for the case back in light of the fact that I could remove the watch and respect the finely completed development (nicely adorned, with customized dim metallic rotor).

All in all, I think the Tutima watch is an extraordinary piece for ladies. It is appealing, alluring, and flexible, and houses an incredible component. Most awesome aspect everything is the value: the hardened steel rendition with precious stones retails for $6,100 on the croc tie and $6,500 on a wristband. More subtleties on tutima.com .

Technical Specifications – Tutima Saxon One Lady Automatic

  • Case: 36mm breadth x 10.7mm tallness – Stainless steel case – Bezel with 48 jewels VS1/H, ca. 0.72 ct. – sapphire gem on the two appearances – 100m water safe (screw-in crown)
  • Movement: Caliber Tutima 340 – automatic – 4Hz recurrence – 25 gems – 42h force save – hours, minutes, seconds, date
  • Strap: simple change Alligator lash with steel collapsing clasp
  • Reference: Lady 6701-03
  • Price: from USD 6,100 on leather

This article has been composed by Roberta Naas, organizer of watch-magazine A Timely Perspective . Roberta is additionally the writer of six books on watches.