TUDOR is a Swiss-made watch brand with refined aesthetics, proven reliability. The origins of the TUDOR brand date back to 1926.
On the last day of the 2018 rugby season and before returning to New Zealand, seven players from the All Blacks came to Geneva to visit the TUDOR workshops and discover the art of watchmaking.
In a remote area, high in the Alps, French freediving champion Morgan Bourc'his gets out of his comfort zone, by exploring waters under the ice, in the extreme cold with almost no light.
For its first participation in the Only Watch charity auction, TUDOR decided to reinterpret one of the least known tool-watches in its history: reference 7923.
To mark the Rugby World Cup 2019™ and celebrate its partnership with New Zealand’s national rugby team, TUDOR presents a black limited-edition version of its Black Bay chronograph.
In a short behind-the-scene film, we follow Jay Chou's journey inside the 450 horsepower sports car he trained with in preparation for the actual advertising video.
The Black Bay Bronze is a tribute to the long standing relationship between TUDOR and some of the largest navies in the world – including the French and the US Navy – which all extensively made use of TUDOR diving watches over the years.
A great example of a tool watch and the symbol of a sporty lifestyle made up of aquatic adventures, TUDOR Pelagos is one of the most complete traditional mechanical divers’ watches on the market.
Geneva, November 15th 2013 – For its first participation in the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, TUDOR wins the “Revival” Prize for its Black Bay dive watch, a reinterpretation of a 1954 iconic model.
Since its inception in 1926, TUDOR has been loved by watch collectors and enthusiasts from around the world. Now, TUDOR brings the full breadth of its experience to Japan.