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Tudor

The smart guy’s Rolex. The other Submariner. An introduction to Tudor always begins with a reference to the brand’s big brother. But maybe it shouldn’t. Because Tudor has developed a style, and a following, that’s all its own. Its modern luxury watches are legendary among divers, and its historic references are sought after by collectors.

Tudor Watches for Sale

Tudor

Heritage Chronograph

ATO501689
£2,695
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Grantour Flyback

ATO501242
£4,895
Tudor

Grantour

ATO501241
£2,595
Tudor

Grantour

ATO501239
£2,595
Tudor

North Flag

ATO501238
£2,195
Tudor

North Flag

ATO501237
£2,295
Tudor

Pelagos

ATO501236
£2,695
Tudor

Pelagos

ATO501235
£2,695

If you want to become a serious luxury watch collector at a sensible price, Tudor is the brand you go for. But not because you want to cut corners, or gain entry to a club you can’t afford the fees for. When you buy a Tudor, you’re buying quality craftsmanship, impeccable design, and in-house movements. You’re buying statement pieces like the Black Bay Bronze, a heritage luxury dive watch that commands instant respect from those in the know. And you’re buying performance. Tudor watches are built to act in extreme environments. So when you’re not showing it off in the boardroom, you can take your North Flag to the North Pole. Or your Pelagos into the deep ocean.

Tudor’s success can be measured in movements. In 2015, just two years after re-launching in the United States and one year after its UK rebranding, Montres Tudor SA debuted the polar-exploration-themed North Flag watch. Inside was its first ever in-house movement. Pelagos and Black Bay models with in-house movements soon followed. And what the smart watch enthusiast had known for years suddenly became common knowledge: there’s no excuse for not having a Tudor in your collection. These Swiss luxury watches are the genuine article, conceived, perfected, and built to please an audience that wants to cut no corners.

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