The Tudor Black Bay utilises the original Tudor Submariner base point from the 1950s to create a versatile and capable everyday timepiece. Boasting professional rated water resistance and a brand new dependable in-house movement, the latest family of Tudor divers watches have fast become as covetable as the originals. The Bronze, GMT and Fifty Eight models have extensive waiting lists. Available in steel or steel and gold, as a chronograph or as divers pieces with various bezel colours and 42mm or 39mm case size, all tastes and aspirations are catered for.
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The Pelagos is Tudors brand new take on the divers watch. Taking the concept of the historically inspired Black Bay and building on it. The Pelagos offers 500m water resistance, a titanium case and bracelet, a ceramic bracelet and an intuitive clasp based diver's extension. The Pelagos is available in black and blue dial and a Left Hand Drive black dial.
Beautiful soft and rounded edges make the stylish Glamour range of watches truly special to behold. A discrete, but useful, double date aperture is added to the Double Date. The Day Date includes the day of the week in full as a crescent topping the dial. Ladies are also offered the Glamour in a 26mm version that maintains all of the gorgeous design elements of the gents models. Steel or steel and gold versions are available, along with the option to personalise with a variety of dials, including black, silver, gold and diamond dot.
The Heritage Chrono models have an eye catching 1970s aesthetic and are inspired by the Oyster Chronograph from the same period. The bi-complex dial layout and date window at 6 O'clock allows for a pleasing symmetrical dial. Available in black or blue and on either a steel bracelet or fabric NATO style strap. Turn back time, whilst at the same instant maintaining accurate time with the Heritage Chrono.
Tudor was introduced in 1926 by Hans Wilsdorf, creator of Rolex. So, any family of watches carrying this significant date had to be special. Tudor created the perfect watch to represent the starting point of its illustrious history. The 1926 is a beautiful timepiece that initial seems to be a simple classic style timepiece but continues to reward the wearer with its multitude of subtle design inflections. Available in steel or steel and gold and with a tasteful palette of dial colours for all tastes. Case sizes include 41mm, 39mm, 36mm and 28mm
The Tudor Claire de Rose is aimed at the confident and sophisticated lady. The dial has subtle design inflections which adds to the appeal without reducing legibility. Available in 34mm, 30mm and 26mm steel cases and on a steel bracelet or integrated alligator or fabric strap. Each crown has a cabochon to add a further level of luxury to this already elegant timepiece for the lady who respects style.
Now available for delivery as well as in-store collection.Tudor was started in 1926 by Rolex creator Hans Wilsdorf because he wanted a more affordable alternative to the Rolex watches, that still matched them for style, accuracy and reliability. Now a stand alone entity, Tudor can arguably be considered the fastest growing brands of the last 5 years. With a catalogue full of highly desirable timepieces and their own in-house movements a Tudor watch is no longer considered Rolex’s cheaper and less-desirable sibling. Born to Dare - check out our full range of Tudor watches and collections including the Black Bay, North Flag and Pelagos below. When stock is available, we also sell high-quality used Tudor watches, which are carefully chosen by our expert buying team.
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