The Tutima DI 300
Water resistant to 30 bar, 300 meters, or almost 1,000 feet. Available with an orange or black dial.I don't know much about Tutima watches, however I am suddenly compelled to learn more. Hopefully I'll be posting a hands-on review in the not-too-distant future.When Tutima calls the DI 300 "the sports gift for def for active yachtsmen," they are apparently willing to put their money where their mouth is. Last year, during the Nord/LB Baltic Spirit Cup, the Tutima racing yacht (appropriately named "TUTIMA") pulled an orange-dial Tutima DI 300 behind it for 2,000 nautical miles (or about 2,300 regular miles for us landlubbers). I think they made their point that the Tutima DI 300 is water-tight, corrosion-resistant, and has an extremely robust bracelet and clasp.The specs on the Tutima DI 300 go something like this: Titanium case. Solid titanium bracelet. Screw-down titanium crown. Unidirectional rotating bezel. Sapphire crystal. Automatic movement with day and date.