Tudor Clair de Rose is a women’s watch that takes gentility to the dimension of unparalleled craftsmanship. Since its first feminine models, Swiss watch manufacture Tudor has kept on delivering attractive pieces that are both stunningly beautiful and perfect in their performance.
Protected by scratch resistant sapphire crystal, the discreet dial showcases detailed decorations, diamond dot hour markers and Roman numerals.
The stainless steel case measures 26, 30 or 34mm, powered by a self-winding automatic movements, while the winding crown is set with a blue spinel cabochon.
Made to portray a style that is tender and bold, the Clair de Rose line has been re-imagined for new generations.
Based on the brand’s historic aesthetic codes, this emblematic watch promotes smooth steel bezel and polished finish.
The timepiece has a dial featuring opaline that is further punctuated with blue lacquered Roman numerals or diamonds.
Manufactured entirely in Switzerland, these models are available in three sizes. Powered by a self-winding mechanical, calibre 2824 (34 mm) or 2671 (26 or 30 mm) movement with date function, and waterproof standard up to 100 meters. The final masterpiece is then fitted with a choice of steel bracelet with folding clasp, black alligator leather strap or fabric strap with buckle.
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