Tiffany & Co., the famous American jewelry brand, introduced new versions of the CT60 model family in black DLC cases.
Tiffany & Co., one of the first names to come to mind when it gets to the jewelry brands, showed up with two new versions of the CT60 model, which was added to the product line in 2015, with black DLC coating cases and NATO style textile straps.
Inspired by a specific timepiece that belonged to the US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, CT60 is also being considered as the start of a new era for the famous American brand in terms of luxury watchmaking.
The new additions to the collection share the same platform with the previous CT60 model family, which was introduced in 2015. The new models bear common design features such as the SunBurst black dial, contrast hands and Arabic numeral hour markers, red-tipped second-hands and 60-minute markers on the inner bezel finished in red. The timepieces are available with black / gray combination NATO style straps secured by Tiffany & Co. signed buckles with black finish.
The new collection features two different models. The three hands with date version (Ref. 60557969) is available in a 40mm black DLC coated stainless steel case while the Bi-Compax chronograph one (Ref. 60557926) is offered in a 42mm case with same finish. Both models feature scratch-resistant sapphire crystals on the front side.
The new models are powered with Sellita movements which we are familiar with several entry to mid level Swiss automatics. The chronograph featured caliber comes with a Dubois Depraz chronograph module on top.
The CT60 Ref. 60557969 is priced at US$5450 while the chronograph version Ref. 60557926) is offered at US$7450. The new models will be available at Tiffany & Co. stores starting September.