Hans Wilsdorf, the visionary founder of the Rolex Watch Company, decided to produce a new watch brand offering the reliability of Rolex but at a more modest price. This ground-breaking decision marked the birth of the Tudor brand, a distinct watch collection based on Tudor’s heritage, technical prowess and acute sense of style. Named after Wilsdorf’s love of England and the time of the Tudors, Tudor watches take advantage of Rolex’s know-how and superior craftsmanship, whilst creating their own vision of prestige.
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Tudor Black Bay
Tudor Black Bay Watches
- One of Tudor’s most Iconic models
- Unique and instantly recognisable design
- Showcases numerous vintage details, such as the “snowflake” hands from 1969, the red triangle on the bezel from 1958 and the “Big Crown” crown from 1958
- Awarded the “Revival” prize at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Geneve in 2013
- Houses the Manufacture Tudor movement MT5602
Tudor Pelagos Watches
- Patented unidirectional rotatable bezel with ceramic insert
- Optimal readability with generously proportioned square and luminescent markers, hands, and bezel inserts
- A true divers watch with a helium valve and water resistant to 500m
- Awarded the “Sport watch” prize at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Geneve in 2015
- Houses the Manufacture Tudor movement MT5612
Tudor North Flag
Tudor North Flag Watches
- A true sports watch
- Scientific design which pays tribute to the British North Greenland Expedition
- Power reserve indicator on the dial
- The Manufacture Tudor movement MT5621 is visible through the sapphire crystal caseback
- Optimal readability thanks to the contrast between the black dial and luminescent white hour markers
Tudor Style Watches
- A classic and elegant dress watch
- Inspired by the style of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s
- Instantly recognisable by the fluted bezel, which was a Tudor hallmark in the 1940s
- Perfect for a “couple’s watch”
- Self-winding mechanical movement, calibres Tudor 2824 and 2671
- Tudor Glamour
A History Of Tudor
1926 – “The Tudor” brand is born and officially registered for Hans Wilsdorf.
1932 – The first watches bear a simple Tudor signature on the dial, and were sold in Australia.
1936 – The brand “The Tudor” was transferred back to Hans Wilsdorf. The rose of the Tudor dynasty appeared on the dials.
1946 – Just after the Second World War, Hans Wilsdorf knew that the time had come to give the brand an identity of its own. He created the “Montres Tudor S.A.” company, specialising in models for both men and women.
1952 – Tudor watches embarked on the British North Greenland Expedition, surviving gruelling Arctic conditions.
1954 – The Tudor Oyster Prince Submariner was launched, which would go on to be produced for the US Navy and French Navy in the 1960s.
1976 – The brand’s first self-winding chronograph, the Tudor Prince Oysterdate, was launched.
2009 – A collaboration with Porsche Motorsport as “Timing Partner” begins.
2011 – Tudor begin a partnership with Ducati as “Timing Partner”.
2013 – Tudor are named as the “Timing Partner” of the FIA World Endurance Championships.
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Why Choose A Tudor Watch?
All Tudor watches are 100% Swiss Made.
Tudor benefits from Rolex’ watchmaking know-how, its infrastructure and approach to quality. They use Rolex’ superior processes and approach to quality.
Each Tudor watch leaves the headquarters in Geneva after having undergone a rigorous series of quality controls and tests.
Tudor boasts its own in-house movement, certified by the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC).
They have a distinctive retro-chic style and offer outstanding quality and value.