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2020 is the second successive year in which Tudor is celebrating a golden anniversary. 2019 marked 50 years since the introduction of the snowflake hands and 2020 is the year in which the brand celebrates 50 years of the chronograph. Achieving such milestones really solidifies a brand’s established reputation and longevity, a status that is more than deserved by Tudor. Regarded by many collectors as the ‘holy grail’ of vintage Tudor, the 7031 and 7032 were Tudor’s first chronos and they have always been highly sought after due to their rarity and striking looks. The Tudor 7032 Oysterdate Chronograph with brushed steel bezel Oysterdate Chronograph Known as the Osyterdate chronographs, references 7031 and 7032 were launched at the annual watch fair in Basel in 1970. They were daring watches and unlike anything before from the House of Wilsdorf, even in an era where brands were becoming a lot more […]
The launch of the Black Bay GMT in 2018 was heralded as smash hit for Tudor, with a ‘family’ launch alongside the release of the Rolex ‘Pepsi’ GMT-Master. Where the Rolex Pepsi bezel was manufactured from the 21st century ceramic, its Tudor stable mate was fitted with a vintage-style aluminium insert that gave the watch a true heritage look. Many headlines celebrated the first GMT watch from Tudor, but in fact this wasn’t the case. During Tudor’s interregnum from the UK and US markets, they were still producing watches for the Far East and European mainland. One such model was the Iconaut – a 43mm beast of a watch with dual time-zone complication. It was this watch that was Tudor’s first GMT model and recently Carl Moody acquired one from a client in virtually unworn condition. Carl Moody’s recently discovered Iconaut ref 20400 An original Tudor print advert for […]
Today we bid a fond farewell to our existing Rolex room after nearly 8 years as it makes way for a stunning new concept. Work begins in earnest on Monday 27th when the fixtures and fittings start to be removed and work is carried out to install the new room over the following 8 days. As in 2012 the Rolex architects have provided the unique design with the installation done by Benbow Group of Newton Abbott. When we originally chose the library wall concept of our 2012 room it was the first in the country, other than Rolex’s own boutique in London and inevitably it was a feature that we loved and will miss. However we are looking forward to being able to reveal our new Rolex room soon.
1 – It’s a Modern MilSub… Tudor have never made it a secret that they worked in collaboration with some of the world’s most important naval forces, including the The Marine Nationale (MN) and the United States Navy (USN) and that its watches were widely issued by other forces including Argentina and South Africa. In fact, the development of vintage Tudor Submariners was informed through field-testing and research with both navies, most famously the development of the snowflake hands with the MN. These partnerships and the related watches have been key to the modern era Black Bay and Pelagos watches as well as the current Born To Dare campaign – a celebration of the daring nature of Tudor watches and encapsulated in the Tudor Black Bay P01. 2 – It’s a Modern Interpretation of a Secret Tudor Prototype… Tudor’s relationship with the US Navy was key in the […]