Tutima Hommage Minute Repeater Watch - Elegant Complication

Sep 21, 2011
Tutima has surprised connoisseurs of exclusive watchmaking with its new Hommage Minute Repeater watch.


A successful marriage of complication and aestheticism, the new Tutima watch employs a 43mm rose gold or platinum case. Its top is armed with a sapphire crystal, glare-proofed on both sides. The anti-reflective sapphire glass is also used for the case-back, which is embossed with the brands logo.

The rose gold version of the model is issued in a limited edition of 20 pieces. The platinum interpretation, however, is restricted to just 5 items.

Ticking inside the case is a hand-wound mechanical movement. It is embellished with 42 jewels, three of which are set in screw-mounted gold chatons. The movement operates at a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour and supplies a 72-hour power reserve.

The caliber comprises 550 individual parts, each finished by hand. They include a Glashutte three-quarter plate, a hand-engraved balance cock with relief engraving as well as winding wheels with click and sunburst polishing.

The movement incorporates a minute repeater mechanism, entirely developed and assembled in the brands workshops. It strikes hours, quarter hours and minutes acting on two gongs. All additional parts of this complication demonstrate a Glashutte tin-polished mirror surface.

The new Tutima Hommage Minute Repeater watch boasts an open-worked solid gold dial with gold or blued steel hands, crafted by hand. The display indicates central hours and minutes, while small seconds are shown in a counter at 6 oclock.

The new Tutima watch is coupled with a brown alligator leather strap, finalized by a buckle in rose gold or platinum.

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