Watch Of The Day: Tudor Style Fluted BezelWritten by Joshua Yap
Your one-minute primer to the Tudor Style Fluted Bezel.
Of late, Tudor seems to have found a goldmine in its archives, releasing a slew of sought-after models under its Heritage banner that reinterpret its vintage pieces. It’s now looking to replicate this success with its Style collection.
Referencing its classic dress watches from the 1950s to the 1970s, like the Prince and Tuxedo, the collection incorporates a fluted bezel to the timeless range, thereby conferring it with a ring of radiance. Also new to the collection are dials in blue, burgundy, and mother-of-pearl, on top of existing black, champagne, and silver options. Available in steel or bi-metal with 18K yellow gold.
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Though he wasn’t inducted into the world of watch journalism by choice, Joshua was hooked by mechanical horological wonders in no time. Although he personally favours modestly sized, no-nonsense timepieces, he sometimes misses the outrageous mind-bogglers of the pre-Credit Crunch years. As he dreams of owning a modern haute horlogerie watch one day, he’s currently content scouring the Internet for vintage value buys.