Posts Categorized: Tudor

Borrowed Time: A Week With the Tudor Heritage Black Bay Bronze

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Bronze cases have become one of those niche but quietly growing trends in the watch world, especially in the sporty arena of divers’ watches. The material is, of course, eminently suitable for timepieces that are engineered to spend much of their life submerged underwater; bronze alloys historically have been used in shipbuilding and the manufacture […]

Tudor Heritage Black Bay Steel is the First Black Bay with Date

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Tudor’s Heritage Black Bay collection of vintage-inspired divers’ watches — which added its first bronze-cased model last year —  expands again at Baselworld 2017 with the introduction of an all-steel version with brushed-steel bezel insert. The Heritage Black Bay Steel, which contains a Tudor in-house movement, is noteworthy as the first in the Black Bay family with a date […]

The Ranger Rides Again: A Review of the Tudor Heritage Ranger

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The Tudor Heritage Ranger harks back to a watch launched a half-century ago. Does it stand the test of time? Find out in this in-depth review, which features in WatchTime’s upcoming September-October issue. The Tudor Heritage Ranger, introduced last year, was modeled on a Tudor watch launched in the 1960s, the Tudor Oyster Prince Ranger. […]

Vintage Eye for the Modern Guy: Tudor Heritage Black Bay 36

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This year’s Baselworld saw a whole slew of both vintage re-interpretations and modern updates to horological classics. From the new (Paul Newman-esque) ceramic bezel on the updated Rolex Daytona, to TAG Heuer’s Monza re-issue, to an interesting pocketwatch-inspired piece by Tissot, Baselworld 2016 has certainly shown that brands are getting more and more involved in […]

Tudor Pelagos LHD: A Dive Watch for Left-Handers

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If you’re a watch enthusiast who also happens to be a southpaw, you may often feel “left” behind by watch brands, the vast majority of whose products are designed to be worn by righties. Here’s the good news: Tudor, maker of several affordably priced Swiss-made dive watches, has just launched a left-handed version of its Pelagos model, the Tudor […]

Vintage Eye for the Modern Guy: Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue

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Tudor, to its credit, has become one of the leading watch brands for historical recreations and re-interpretations of vintage watches in past few years. And this accomplishment, while exciting for many consumers looking to buy a vintage-inspired watch, or specifically a historically fostered Tudor, is a direct result of the successful designs Tudor produced alongside […]

Dive Watch Wednesday: 3 More Votes for the Tudor Pelagos

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Usually, dive watches do not perform very well when it comes to the awards that honor the watch industry. They rarely compete on a level playing field with their much more complicated counterparts, and we probably can also agree that as a category, dive watches tend to be a bit more restricted when it comes […]