Whether it’s in the iconic Black Bay, sport-chic Tudor Royal or classic Tudor 1926 collections, the brand’s strong visual identity is a product of the brand’s heritage and contemporary innovation.
More Is More
Tudor Black Bay Chrono S&G M79363N-0001 | S$ 9,630
Through sizzling hot models such as the Black Bay Chrono S&G, Tudor exhibits an incredibly collaborative spirit. Equally appealing to watch connoisseurs as well as the trendsetters, this gold on black chronograph moves on Calibre MT5813, which was jointly manufactured by Breitling and Tudor.
It’s a COSC-certified timekeeper operating on a column wheel mechanism with vertical clutch, qualifying it as one of the most value-for-money high performance chronograph movements on the market today. That, plus detailed aesthetic touches such as the riveted bracelet design and domed sapphire crystal, easily makes the Black Bay Chrono S&G one of Tudor’s most desirable models for the watch connoisseur.
Style and Substance
Tudor Black Bay Bronze M79250BA-0002 | S$ 5,720
Likewise, the Black Bay Bronze is also making big waves among watch communities all over the world. Encased in satin-finished bronze, this 43mm model demonstrates Tudor’s rich manufacturing savoir-faire and its dexterous touch with watchmaking’s most on-trend materials.
With a fascinating ability to age beautifully over time, bronze watches have now become a must-have among watch lovers, as it patinates according to the lifestyle and personality of each wearer.
Tudor’s Black Bay Bronze is known to dress this robust material in numerous stylish hues from red to blue to green and now slate grey too. This timeless neutral colour tone adds a warm finish and gentle glow from dial to bezel.
Attention to Detail
Tudor Black Bay M79230N-0009 | S$ 5,230
Tudor’s classic Black Bay 41 is practically a household name today. Building on a legacy that goes back well over 60 years, it is the watch that started it all for Tudor and the one that created the global craze for snowflake hands. The Tudor Black Bay is more than a mere historical remake, and is instead a tasteful combination of numerous design details and impeccable craftsmanship.
Polished and satin-finished surfaces highlight bevelled edges of the case. Fine knurling on the bezel leave a sense of manufacturing finesse. Sapphire crystal is not flat but elegantly domed. The crown features an engraved and lacquered Tudor rose plus an anodised aluminium crown tube. And delicate rivets flank the steel bracelet as a nod to the brand’s watches of the 1950s.
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Tudor Black Bay 32 M79580-0003 | S$ 3,920
Extending the appeal of the Black Bay and its signature snowflake hour hand to wider audiences, the Black Bay 36 introduces discreet luxury and everyday wearability to the Black Bay lexicon. Indeed, it’s not only in the vintage sports category that this timepiece reigns supreme.
Worn on calfskin, fabric, or bracelet, it shows us how versatile the Black Bay design is, and how well it adapts to different wearers and occasions. The 36mm polished and satin-finished case is timeless by nature, and gender-neutral as well, making it an ideal timepiece for couples who share a love for beautiful timepieces.
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Tudor Pelagos M25600TN-0001 | S$ 6,330
Tudor’s watches might be a firm favourite among watch aficionados today but there’s no denying the brand’s formative years spent as a maker of affordable yet high-quality tool watches. The robust and unwavering Tudor Pelagos espouses the brand’s deep commitment to manufacturing high-performance dive watches.
Sharing some of its core features with the Black Bay, the Pelagos does also bring a number of unique attributes to the fore. A unidirectional bezel, 500-metre waterproofness, oversized indexes and hands, and essential to all dive watches, a helium release valve, are some of them. Befitting a watch of this stature, Tudor astutely takes the utilitarian route with titanium so the Pelagos is as comfortable as it is competent.
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Quality Meets Affordability
Tudor 1926 M91651-0003 | S$ 4,140
Heritage is the name of the game, especially for the Tudor 1926. A tribute to the brand’s origins, it is a collection revered for its three virtues: Affordability, refinement, and quality. Named after the year when brand founder Hans Wilsdorf registered the Tudor watch company, the watches balance vintage appeal with modern finesse.
Its dials are domed for an old-world touch and embossed with a criss-cross pattern taken from Tudor archive designs. Appliqued Arabic numerals and diamond indexes play off the shimmer of sword-shaped hands, while a rice-grain bracelet marries comfort with style. And like all Tudor creations, they are made to be worn on the wrist, not locked up in the safe.
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The brand with the shield is punching way above its class and still we want more.
From its sporting icons to the evergreen classics, Tudor punches far above its class to offer the perfect balance between value and quality, refinement and originality.
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