I thought I post some pictures of my (ex) Tutima Field Chronograph, reference 768-01. Like I said in an earlier post, I am not sure if the model name is correct for the watch.
Anyway here are some pictures (for reference).
The watch is powered by an ETA 251.262 quartz movement.
The reference 768-01.
The chronograph buttons and the screw down crown.
The case has a brushed finish. The bezel has a polished finish.
The case back. minimal markings. Brushed finish in the center but polished around it (look at the other photograph).
No, those are not fixed bars but screw bars.
The other side.
A closer view of the crown. The finishing of the bezel is not that great.
The dial with the orange chronograph hands. The sub-dial at the 6 o'clock shows the seconds.
It has a central minute chronograph hand.
The movement, signed Tutima.
It is a 27 jewel movement.
The ETA signature and movement reference.
Inside the case back. Unsigned.
The lume shot (apologies for the poor quality).
And there you have, the Tutima Field Chronograph.