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In 2019, Stowa, one of the five unique B-Uhr producers, perceived the #fliegerfriday community when proprietor Jörg Schauer devoted a restricted edition arrangement of bronze pilot watches to the hashtag.
During a visit to Glashütte in 2019, I examined the chance of a comparative acknowledgment for the #fliegerfriday community with Tutima.
Tutima 1941 Flieger Chronograph (Caliber 59)
Tutima made two-pusher flyback chronographs for the German powers from the last part of the 1930s. As World War II finished, the industrial facilities in Glashütte – where Tutima was established – were annihilated. Tutima moved its watch creation first to Memmelsdorf in Bavaria and later to Ganderkesee high in the north of what was then West Germany.
In 2011, Tutima ended up at ground zero, moving its settle and some portion of its tasks back to Glashütte (see The Tutima Hommage Minute Repeater Chimes ‘Glad To Be Home’ for the full story).
Fast sending to 2019, Tutima’s group was interested by delivering a restricted edition arrangement and requested my input on which model would be suitable for #fliegerfriday. Decisively, I recommended Reference 783-01, the Tutima Classic Flieger, which is a current form of the brand’s popular 1941 chronograph.
That chronograph from 1941 was the principal German two-pusher flyback chronograph. It was housed in a nickel-plated metal case with screw-down case back to guarantee that the physically wound development was securely ensured. The radiant numerals and hands offered brilliant neatness, while the fluted pivoting bezel with its one of a kind red reference marker empowered pilots and guides to set exact occasions. The huge crown made it simple to work even while wearing thick pilot gloves.
There were around 30,000 Tutima Flieger Chronographs delivered some time ago, and these are presently much pursued gatherers’ items.
Tutima Classic Flieger Chronograph (Reference 783-01)
Released by Tutima in the mid 1990s, the Classic Flieger Chronograph was the principal re-issue of the 1941 model and consolidated the advantages of present day innovation and contemporary materials.
Gustavo Calzadilla, who has addressed Tutima in the United States since the last part of the 1980s, clarified how this re-issue came to fruition. As indicated by him, Reference 783-01 was initially commissioned by an unmistakable Japanese watch authority who moved toward the proprietor of Tutima, Dieter Delecate, with the idea.
It took Tutima quite a while to build up this flieger chronograph as it required another case in the first 1941 flieger size; change of an advanced hand-twisted development to show a similar dial design as the first; and re-making of the first dial textual styles, hands, and fluted bezel. It was time very much spent as the Classic Flieger Chronograph stayed underway for more than two decades.
Tutima Flieger Friday Chronograph Limited Edition
Similar to Reference 783-01, the Flieger Friday chronograph comes in a 38.5 mm glossy silk completed treated steel case like the size of the first Classic Flieger. Likewise like the first chronograph, the bidirectional, fluted, turning bezel with red reference marker stays a significant plan component for the watch. The huge house of God hands are intended to coordinate the first – just like the dial, which includes the Tutima logo and numerals in the first fonts.
In keeping with the occasions, the hands and numerals are decorated with splendid Super-LumiNova, while a domed sapphire gem with against intelligent covering gives most extreme decipherability. The case back is likewise fitted with a sapphire precious stone, and the watch is water impervious to 100 meters.
The Flieger Friday Chronograph is controlled by a hand-wound ETA Valjoux Caliber 7760, which is changed by Tutima to make an advanced portrayal of Caliber 59. A far reaching gold-plated connect with Tutima etching overwhelms the view through the sapphire gem case back. Albeit a strong case back would have been more faithful to the first, Tutima reasonably needed to feature the development. And present day watch sweethearts absolutely will appreciate this.
Each of the 25 pieces in this restricted edition are independently numbered and engraved. They likewise come with a book about Tutima pilot’s watches and a declaration of authenticity.
For more data, if it’s not too much trouble, visit tutimausa.com .
Quick Facts Tutima Flieger Friday Chronograph Limited Edition
Case: 38.5 x 15.5 mm, hardened steel; 100 m water opposition
Development: manual winding adjusted ETA Valjoux 7760, 4 Hz/28,800 vph recurrence, 48-hour power save, gold-plated connect with Tutima etching
Capacities: hours, minutes, little seconds; chronograph
Constraint: 25 pieces
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