The Tudor North Flag ($3550+) is Tudors first watch to feature its in-house MT5621 Swiss movement. It comes with a 316L stainless-steel case, wrapped in a ceramic rim bezel. One of the first things you’ll notice are the yellow accents for the power reserve indication and the seconds hand. These colors look particularly impressive against the matte black dial. The in-house movement offers a 70-hour power reserve, beats at 4Hz, and is regulated by a variable inertia oscillator. You can get the North Flag in either a leather strap or a still bracelet for about $125 more. For the price you’ll be hard pressed to find a better watch.
The new Tutima M2 Chronograph ($8000) is the current update to Tutima’s NATO Military Chronograph. The M2 has a sweep chronograph minutes hand and a 24-hour sub-dial. The red trimmed hands contrast nicely against the black dial. Additional features include a 46.5mm pearl-blasted titanium case, an anti-reflective sapphire crystal, screw-in crown, and large integrated chronograph ...[Read More]