Often thought of as the little brother of Rolex, Tudor stands on its own as one of the great brands in watchmaking. A rugged, go anywhere and do anything ethos has long been the hallmark of vintage Tudor watches.
Rolex never put a bumper movement in a single production watch that they made ... There is a singular Tudor to feature one though and this is it.
Ever wanted a stainless steel Rolex Day-Date? If you answered yes then look no further than this fantastic Tudor Oyster Prince Day-Date with blue linen dial.
Released in 2016, the Tudor Black Bay Heritage Bronze was the first bronze watch ever produced by the little brother of Rolex.
This Tudor Oyster Prince Date checks all of the boxes with its classic oyster case, oval link bracelet, and beautiful black dial.
The Pelagos was introduced to the world at Basel in 2012 and would be the catalyst for the rebirth and exponential growth that Tudor has seen over the last decade.
The oyster case is at the heart of both Tudor and Rolex. This watch represents part of its earliest history yet points towards its future.