Tudor is a Swiss-made watch brand, offering mechanical watches with sophisticated style and proven reliability. The origins of Tudor date back to 1926, when ‘The Tudor’ was first registered as a brand on behalf of Rolex founder, Hans Wilsdorf. Throughout their history, Tudor watches have been chosen by the boldest adventurers and seasoned professionals.
Tudor Black Bay
Tudor Black Bay watches are some of the most widely coveted retro-inspired diving watches in the world. Water resistant up to 200 metres and with a design reminiscent of the 1950’s Tudor Submariner watches - the models have taken on a somewhat cult-like status. Tudor watches from this collection have a distinctive large winding crown and a domed sapphire crystal glass lens with anti-reflective properties for a clear view into a dial. The Tudor Black Bay watches feature with white luminous-coated hour markers and are available in a choice of red, blue or black bezels with a steel bracelet, distressed leather or textile strap.
Tudor Clair de Rose
The Tudor Clair de Rose watch collection is a refined and elegant family of women’s wristwatches made from stainless steel and fitted with in-house movements to deliver accuracy. The watches were released at Baselworld in 2017 and come in three sizes dressed in six unique designs. The gentle curves of the case and the blue spinel cabochon-adorned winding crown define this collection. The Tudor Clair de Rose is available on a steel bracelet.
Paying tribute to TUDOR’s origins is the 1926 series – a timeless, elegant and refined collection of mechanical watches available in a wide range of dials. Wildorf’s goal from this year onwards was to create more affordable wristwatches using design concepts, materials and watch parts extracted from his Rolex brand. The TUDOR crest is emblazoned onto every dial of a 1926 watch – a shield that has always symbolized unity and strength. The dial of a 1926 watch is characterised by its Arabic and stick hour track, accompanied by tapering hands.
Tudor Pelagos watches are crafted from lightweight titanium cases and bracelets, and are available in black or blue dial versions with luminous-coated indexes. Unidirectional rotating bezels in colours that match their dials surround Tudor’s unmistakable “snowflake hands” with a squared-off tip and luminous hands. Pelagos watches are equipped with a helium escape valve and feature a patented auto-adjustable buckle developed exclusively for these timepieces. The buckle allows the bracelet to be adjusted during a dive by contracting when compressed under great depths.