Introduced at Baselworld event in 2017, the new models from Clair de Rose are available exclusively in steel with mechanical movements. This exceptional wristwatch family, entirely made in Tudor atelier stands out for its unique design and peerless precision and reliability.
Clair de Rose is also the effortless choise to be cool during upcoming summer vacations. The watch is available in three case feminine sizes: 34, 30 or 26 mm.
Based on the brand’s historic aesthetic codes, this emblematic new watch enriches the feminine Clair De Rose with the smooth steel bezel and polished finish. Atelier Tudor is relentlessly focused on details to create something exceptional. Every decoration, every ornament, every shade is thought to the smallest details.
In the new Clair de Rose line, Tudor has returned to a more classical design with date aperture, complete Roman numerals or diamond indicators. Tudor atelier also adds blue hands and a transparent blue spinel set into the crown.
Tudor with Clair de Rose promises game of seduction, the chemistry between elegant lines and everyday practicality. Bracelet is made from scultptured steel. Comfort is uncomparable.
The design of the entire collection is sophisticated - instead of venturing into colour, designers have returned to a very sober style, with silvered dial and stainless steel case and enchanting blue details which adds a subtle touch of charm to refined outfits.
Powered by a self-winding mechanical, calibre 2824 (34 mm) or 2671 (26 or 30 mm) movement with date function, it has a power reserve of approximately 38 hours and is waterproof to 100m.
In 2012, Tudor released popular Heritage Black Bay collection.
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