Tuesday, September 29, 2020

A Contrarian Choice

Now a few things to bear in mind as you read this - I suffer under no illusions as to the level of esteem that the head of North American communications/PR at Tudor holds me.  But despite that, credit is due when there is something cool out there to share.  And believe it or don't, it's not the latest release that you can read about at all of the other outlets that are apparently in more favor (as they actually receive press releases).

Courtesy of Tudor
This one is pretty dope!  This is the Tudor Style. I appreciate that at the moment there are two schools of thought for men's sport watches.  They either need to be divers, or they need to be thinly veiled Royal Oak/Nautilus/Overseas homages with integrated bracelets.  And hey, if that turns your crank, then on you go! I personally like what I like. And this little wrist bound time-machine speaks to me. 

Just one suggestion to the folks responsible for naming conventions at Tudor - the name Style is really a clanger.  Maybe call it the Prince?  Just throwing it out there.  I am sure now that I've raised the concern they'll jump right on it ; )

If you are similarly contrarian leaning, here are the pertinents -

  • Five year Guarantee

    Five year Guarantee

    Five-year transferable guarantee with no registration or periodic maintenance checks required

  • Case


    41 mm steel case with polished and satin finish

  • Movement


    Self-winding mechanical movement, Calibre 2824

  • Power Reserve

    Power Reserve

    Power reserve of approximately 38 hours

  • Winding Crown

    Winding Crown

    Steel screw-down winding crown adorned with the TUDOR logo

    • Waterproofness


      Waterproof to 100 m (330 ft)

    • Bezel


      Fluted bezel in steel

    • Dial



      Date at 3 o’clock

    • Crystal


      Sapphire crystal

    • Bracelet


      Steel bracelet with folding clasp and safety catch

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