Founded in 1926 by Hans Wilsdorf, the genius behind Rolex, Tudor was created to be a more affordable alternative to Rolex – with the same commitment to quality as the more premium brand. While Rolex may have its crown, Tudor proudly wears its shield.
A Brief History of Tudor Watches
1. Rolex Quality: The two brands share many of the same materials, machinery, processes. 2. Distinct Identity: it has grown to establish its distinct identity, offering unique designs and features 3. Affordability:
Why Consider a Tudor
1. Founder's Vision: Both brands emanate from the genius 2. Swiss Craftsmanship: 3. Reliability: Tudor watches are as reliable as Rolex but at a more approachable price point.
Tudor vs. Rolex: Brothers in Arms or Seperate Entities?
A modern classic, the Black Bay collection draws inspiration from Tudor's rich history of dive watches. With its distinctive snowflake hands, robust construction, and the reliability of a COSC-certified movement...
For the hardcore diver, the Pelagos is a dream come true. It’s not just about its water resistance of up to 500 meters or its helium escape valve; it's about the overall package. A lightweight titanium case, an innovative...
Inspired by the brand's 1960s model, the Ranger exudes a vintage charm while being thoroughly modern in its functionality. Its simple dial and rugged aesthetic make it versatile for both casual and formal settings.
The North Flag is a testament to Tudor's commitment to innovation. It was the brand's first model to showcase its in-house movement. With its power reserve indicator and a sporty design, it speaks to those who...