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Tudor Brand Reviews & Prices

BRAND HISTORY
Tudor Watch Company was established by Rolex founder Hans Wilsdorf in 1926 as a diffusion brand of sorts, offering a similar style and quality of timepieces as Rolex, but at a more affordable price point by using ETA-based movements instead of in-house calibres.

In its formative years, Tudor was admittedly languishing in the shadows of its more illustrious sister brand, despite a well-received repertoire such as the Oyster Prince, Advisor and ‘Big Block’ Chronograph collections.

Since 2010, Tudor started forging a more distinct identity; expressing an aesthetic and technical spirit that is independent and separate from Rolex. This forward thrust was enabled by the creation of several best-selling, sports-inspired lines such as the Heritage Chronograph, Pelagos, Ranger, and Black Bay. In 2015, Tudor made yet another important stride towards horological prominence with the debut of its first in-house movement, the automatic-winding, COSC-certified MT6521.

KEY WATCHES

Black Bay
Launched in 2013 and inspired by Tudor’s 1950s dive watches, the Black Bay is now Tudor’s best-selling collection, with a variety of case material choices spanning black PDV to bronze.
Pelagos
A robust dive watch collection equipped with 500m water-resistance, unidirectional bezel and in-house automatic movement.
North Flag
the North Flag exudes a strong and no-nonsense demeanour. The collection is inspired by a 1952 model used by the British North Greenland Expedition.
Fastrider Chrono
Conceived in tribute to the Ducati Scrambler, this line of chronographs flaunt colourful dials and matt finishes.
 

BOUTIQUE
B1-88/89, The Shoppes At Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

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