Tudor once again illustrates its ability to honour its past. After seven decades, Swiss luxury watchmaker Tudor has now reintroduced its famous Royal collection, based on the original models from golden era of watchmaking.
First used by atelier in the 1950s, Royal is a name which emphasizes the superior quality of Tudor watches.
With rich heritage in mind, the Tudor Royal now offers a range of automatic sport-chic watches with integrated bracelets.
The Royal comes in stainless steel or gold and stainless steel versions, and it is offered in four sizes.
Atelier Tudor has found inspiration from its reputed past and produced a timepiece that is the perfect fit for the 21st century audiance.
Technical performance and refined aesthetic are characteristic of contemporary Royal range, which sits at the crossroads between classic and sports watches.
Crafted from renowed materials, the Royal honours signature style of the atelier Tudor. As a result, the Tudor Royal is the ultimate in balance, elegance and versatility.
Design motifs are infused with history: the characteristic notched bezel, with its alternating surface polish and cut elements, is just one of the details, rooted in the history of the brand, that gives the Royal its unique personality and presence.
Faithful to the original model, the new Royal collection continues to explore new aesthetic horizons. In terms of design, the Royal successfully combines various elements from the glorious past.
Brimming with history, available in black, silver, champagne-colour or blue the sunray motif on the dials radiate from the centre, creating elegant lighting effects and reflections. For feminine models, there is also a version available in diamond-set mother-of-pearl. As a final touch of chic, Tudor has added classic Roman numeral applique hour markers to its Tudor Royal watches.
Available in four sizes, the Tudor Royal is designed to fit any size of wrist. The Tudor Royal also features an integrated “five-link” metal bracelet, which ensures harmony with the case.
Characterised by its three wide satin-brushed links set between two slimmer polished elements, the smooth surfaces and edges emphasise the attention paid by Tudor ensuring its everlasting comfort on the wrist. Available in stainless steel or with alternating links in stainless steel and yellow gold, all the models in this range cater to every preference.
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