Mmmmm… me like.

As should be apparent, I’m really impressed with the overall value of this watch. It has many design and construction details which would not be out of place on a much higher priced watch. With the exception of the buckle and possibly the strap, I’m not aware of any watches which are its equal at the price. The fact that it uses an ETA 2892-based movement instead of an ETA 2824 already distinguishes it from most of the similarly priced competition.

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ByJohn Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

2 thoughts on “Review: The Tutima Classic Flieger GMT”
  1. I got this watch as a graduation present and really love it. But twice now I’ve looked at the time to find that it has completely stopped. I sit at a desk on a computer 8 hours a day or so, but I move around as much as any normal office worker. Have you run into this? Both times I manually wound it at least 24 times to start it up again. It just seems weird.

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