Originally introduced in more conservative colours, the Tiffany & Co. CT60 is now available in a black-coated case matched with a NATO strap, giving it a totally different style from the originals that were modelled on a 1940s wristwatch gifted to Franklin Delano Roosevelt (which was a Movado made for Tiffany’s).
The case is coated with diamond-like carbon (DLC), a scratch-resistant layer that gives the case its black finish. Continuing the monochromatic look, the dial has a metallic black finish with applied numerals and red accents. It’s fitted to a black and grey striped NATO with matching black-coated hardware.
Two models are available with the new look: a 40mm automatic with date and a 42mm chronograph. Both are powered by Sellita automatic movements (the chronograph has a Dubois-Depraz module on top).
Price and availability
The CT60 Black DLC three-hand (ref. 60557969) is priced at US$5450 or S$8350, while the chronograph (ref. 60557926) costs US$7450 or S$11,400. They will be available at Tiffany & Co. stores starting September.
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