Introduced at Baselworld event in 2017, the new models from Clair de Rose are available exclusively in steel with mechanical movements.
The moment has come, the brand new Tudor watches from Baselworld 2019 have arrived.
Tudor Black Bay needs no introduction. However, we are going to remind you about importance of this highly versatile wristwatch.
The Tudor brand stands for exquisite design and performance and presents the perfect example of fine watchmaking with the Glamour Date collection.
The Tudor Black Bay was launched in 2012 and since then, it is the brand’s largest success. In latest iteraton, Black Bay proves that even the smallest details make a big difference.
Inspired by the Greek word pelagós - meaning “sea”, the Pelagos is a dive watch featuring a light-weight, brushed titanium case and bracelet.
The Tudor Black Bay is one of the most popular watches of the last few years, ever since it was introduced in 2012. The first model featured a burgundy red bezel insert, and since then we’ve seen several interesting versions with different colors.
Tudor’s dedication to innovation reflects their dedication to tradition. Knowing how essential it is for brand to boast a product that is authentic and special, Tudor ventured into making specific fabric straps that became world famous.
The look of the Tudor North Flag is partially inspired by the nostalgic Tudor Ranger II of the 1970s – it brings back all the good memories with modern flavour.
It is with good reason that the GMT complication, the simple indication of a second time zone, is high-end watchmaking's trendiest feature at the moment.
Tudor, the sister-brand and in fact the one and only subsidiary of Rolex, has introduced numerous hot novelties at Baselworld 2018, including this new piece officially called Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight.
The Heritage Ranger respects the purpose and aesthetic of the original model - a simple, robust timepiece that can handle any adventure life could imagine, and it does it with an understated, vintage aesthetic.
The concept of the left-handed watch isn’t new to Tudor. Pelagos LHD is a actually a nod to the past, paying a tribute to watch made for the French navy in the 60s.
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