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Tudor Pelagos

TUDOR Pelagos watch is one of the foremost traditional mechanical divers watch available on the market.

TUDOR BLACK BAY

The Black Bay collection is designed for slim wrists and vintage enthusiasts alike.

TUDOR ROYAL

Royal is a name first used by TUDOR in the 1950s to emphasise the superior quality of its watches.

TUDOR 1926

TUDOR pays tribute to the brands early history to create a collection of mechanical timepieces that are elegant and classic.

"WE KEEP THE BEST OF THE PAST. THE BEST WATCHMAKING PRACTICES, THE BEST DESIGNS."

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INSIDE TUDOR:

BIRTH OF THE BRAND

In February 1926, the house of “Veuve de Philippe Hüther,” a watch dealer and maker, registered the trademark “The Tudor” established in Geneva for Rolex founder Hans Wilsdorf. Later, in 1936, the house transferred the brand to Wilsdorf. Just after the Second World War, Hans Wilsdorf knew that the time had come to expand and give the brand a proper identity of its own. On March 6, 1946, he created “Montres TUDOR S.A.,” specializing in models for both men and women. Rolex would guarantee the technical, aesthetic and functional characteristics, along with the distribution and after-sales advice.

DAVID BECKHAM

As a child, David Beckham had a dream. Whenever asked about what he would want to be later in life he invariably answered, “a football player.” This early drive led him to become one of the most acclaimed, loved and successful soccer players in the history of the game. With three major clubs and 115 selections in the English soccer team, 59 as captain, he left his mark: 6 England Championship titles, 2 Major League Soccer cups, one time Champion of Spain and one time UEFA Champion

Jay Chou

To exemplify Jay Chou’s daring and innovative spirit, TUDOR released a short film in which he daringly drives a sports car on an historical oval racetrack in Montlhéry, France, eventually drifting through time. Inspired by the magical worlds Jay Chou is known to create with his art and by epic '80s cinematic tales of time travelling, the film ignites the conversation on how iconic images of the past impact today’s creativity in watchmaking, music and other art forms. Chou’s most devoted fans will also recognize an homage to one of his earlier movies, where he portrayed a car enthusiast.