TUTIMA GLASHÜTTE More than ninety years of watchmaking tradition and honoured as “Manufacture of the Year 2018”: the eventful history of the German brand Tutima Glashütte began in 1927 in Glashütte, Saxony, the world-famous stronghold of the art of watchmaking, where the Fliegerchronograph first took off on its flight to fame in 1941. As the first wristwatch with a flyback function, its superior technology and workmanship made it a legend. Another historical milestone in German engineering followed in 1984 with the Tutima NATO Chronograph, which is still the official operational watch of Bundeswehr pilots today. After Germany’s reunification, the family business was able to return to its roots in Glashütte in 2008. Masterpieces such as the Hommage minute repeater and the Tempostopp flyback chronograph, both of which were developed entirely in-house, were created in the new manufactory at the brand’s founding location. A total of four model lines currently bear witness to Tutima’s claim to horological perfection: the professional M2, the iconic Grand Flieger, the striking Saxon One and the classic Patria. Together they comprise a dynamic generation of technical-sporty watches, developed strictly according to the code of the protected designation of origin “made in Glashütte”.