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What is Tudor Watches?

Tudor (Montres TUDOR SA) is the watch for people who are passionate about making their dreams come true. The Manufacturer of luxury wristwatches is based in Geneva, Switzerland. Registered in 1926 by Hans Wilsdorf, the founder of Rolex, the brand remains a sister company to Rolex, both companies being owned by the Hans Wilsdorf Foundation. People who believe in learning and building on their past experiences. Like Tudor, its goal is to develop watchmaking potential without sacrificing its long history. It is for this reason that Tudor is able to present an elegant mechanical watch.

Unmatched durability and value, the Tudor watch selling point is conveniently located for everyone. Come and see the flagship collections such as the Black Bay, Pelagos, and Tudor 1926 at your own pace. BornToDare of Tudor reflects the prestige of the past and the spirit in operation today. The creator of the Tudor brand is Hans Wilsdorf, the founder of the Rolex watch brand. The Tudor Watch Company’s mission is also to seek new approaches.

“A watch that dealers can sell at a lower price than Rolex, but still offer a level of quality that users can trust.”

Today, the award-winning Swiss-made watch brand has an important collection: Black.

Tudor is a mechanical watch. Since 2015 with the release of the North Flag, Tudor has offered in-house movements in some of their watches, while others use modified ETA movements.

In the year 2021, TUDOR presents the iconic Black Bay Fifty-Eight and the remastered Black Bay Chrono. Steel to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the brand’s first chronograph. It also introduces new variations of the Black Bay 32/36/41 and 1926, as well as the latest model, the Black Bay Ceramic, which was the first to be certified to the master chronometer standard. which is a symbol of the brand’s technical expertise.


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