The one to get for diving, as it resists water to an impressive 1,650' and has a helium escape valve. Boasts ultra-modern looks with a blue chronometer face, rubber strap, and titanium case. Looks great on the wrist, and works well with a wide range of attire.
Indulgent price point; but about what you'd expect for a designer diving watch.
We love this Tudor watch for dressy or formal wear, thanks to the black dial that pops against the gorgeous stainless steel case and band. Has markers instead of numbers for an elegant flair. Day and date windows. Resists water to a depth of 330'. Has a secure buckle.
Not as practical as other men's Tudor watches, as its high-end looks aren't ideal for daily or outdoor wear.
Features a classic look with Arabic numbers and markers against a bold, black dial. Has a sturdy clasp so you can feel at ease when it's on your wrist. Genuine leather strap plus stainless steel case and hardware complete the look that is perfect for work and play. Affordable.
While it's water resistant to a depth of 500', the leather band makes it impractical for prolonged water exposure.
A sleek stainless-steel women's watch with a casual design that pairs nicely with business or casual wear. Has a date window and Arabic numbers for a classic look. Water-resistant to 330'. Safety buckle clasp keeps it securely in place. Band has a brushed and polished finish.
Some women may find the design a bit plain, and it may not appeal to those who prefer a feminine-looking watch.
Resists water to depths of 660'. Has a chronometer dial that gives it a rugged, sporty look. Black dial looks great with the stainless steel band that also has a secure fold-over clasp. Practical for everyday wear.
Although rare, this watch has shipped without the original paperwork that comes standard with Tudor watches.
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If you are in the market for a high-end wristwatch, you may want to consider one crafted by Swiss watchmaker Tudor, that was established in 1926 by Rolex founder Hans Wilsdorf. The offshoot of the luxury watch company aimed to make timepieces that were available at lower price points than their expensive counterparts. Although Tudor watches are still pricey, they cost less than Rolex watches while still providing superior workmanship that made the brand famous. The brand offers many ruggedly handsome looks for men, but women's styles are also available and attractive. In addition, Tudor also makes watches that are built for heavy-duty wear, such as styles that are suitable for military personnel and divers.
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