Tudor once again illustrates its ability to honour its past.
TUDOR’s Black Bay Fifty-Eight „Navy Blue“ wins the „Challenge“ Prize at the 2020 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, making it the sixth award TUDOR has received in its eight years of participating.
The TUDOR collection has a selection of models that celebrate the brand's memorable heritage as a supplier of divers' watches to some of the largest navies in the world over the past six decades.
Since it was introduced for the first time, the Tudor Black Bay has remained untouched by the time that passed away, maintaining its unique features.
In 2012, Tudor released popular Heritage Black Bay collection.
In the recent past, Tudor has promoted a selection of Black Bay models that have intrigued the circle of collectors, so the high-performance chronograph was a logical addition to the impressive offer.
In 1970, TUDOR launched its first chronograph, the Oysterdate. This robust, functional watch offered a unique design, paving the way for 50 years of TUDOR chronographs.
Underlining its unisex and versatile appeal, the Tudor 1926 collection comes in four sizes - 28mm, 36mm, 39mm, and 41mm, so there is one to suit just about every wrist.
Over the years, atelier Tudor has a very special identity that separates them from other brands in the world of luxury timepieces.
Tudor Clair de Rose is a women’s watch that takes gentility to the dimension of unparalleled craftsmanship.
Many watch brands collaborate with lot of celebrities, but just a few have signed a contract significent as one with Tudor, which recently announced that David Beckham has become the brand’s ambassador.
Since the presentation of TUDOR’s first chronograph in 1970, the Oysterdate, the brand has always produced watches closely tied to the world of motorsports.
Rugby World Cup is the pinnacle tournament for a rugby player.
The All Blacks are named after the color of their team kit, with the All Blacks jersey one of the most famous pieces of sports apparel in the world.
In February 1926, the house of “Veuve de Philippe Hüther”, a watch dealer and maker, registered the trademark “The Tudor” for Hans Wilsdorf – a visionary par excellence.
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