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.
Even with its more elegant style, the Tudor 1926 watches retain the rugged construction and excellent finishing that the Swiss brand is known for.
The dials are available in various iterations – black, opaline or silver. Applied Arabic numerals are used for the even numbers, with either triangular indexes or diamond-set markers representing the odd numerals and there is a legible calendar window at 3 o’clock.
Today we will introduce steel versions in 28, 36 and 39 mm diameter.
With the new 1926 lineup, atelier Tudor pays tribute to its early history with a range of watches that are both timeless and modern. Sporty elements like its Arabic numerals, textured dial, steel bracelet and respectable water-resistance mixed with an overall traditional design suggest modern versatility.
The authentic embossed dial of a Tudor 1926 wristwatch is one of its most intriguing features and certainly a marker of its nostalgic, vintage look.
The presence of proven automatic calibre is proudly announced on the dial as it was with the Tudors watches of past times – the legend “Rotor Self-Winding” is printed with a slight curvature in a style that has been named by many collectors as a “smile” dial.
A metal bracelet is the norm in the Tudor 1926 collection.
Constructed of seven-piece links, the bracelet offers great flexibility and comfort whilst remaining quite sturdy, with its elegant aesthetic emphasised by the alternation between satin and polished finishes.
It sits pleasantly on the wrist and it is slim enough to easily slide under the cuff on your shirt.