- 36 mm steel case
- silver dial
With its new 1926 line, TUDOR pays tribute to its early history with a range of mechanical watches that are timeless and elegant. A classic watch for women and men, the TUDOR 1926 comes in four sizes and a wide choice of dials.
The Essence of TUDOR 1926
Named after the year that the TUDOR brand was created by Rolex Founder Hans Wilsdorf, the timeless and elegant TUDOR 1926 line captures the essence of the brand, reflecting a world of fine Swiss watchmaking where mechanical excellence goes hand-in-hand with enduring sophistication.
An embossed dial
Domed for a vintage touch and adorned at the centre, the delicately embossed design of the 1926's dial is in subtle contrast with the smooth minute scale. Appliquéd numerals, arrow-shaped hour markers and sword-shaped hands offer a wealth of details that create an intricate play of light on the dials.
Arabic numerals and arrow-shaped hour markers
Offered in a choice of silver, opaline or black, the dials of the TUDOR 1926 come with appliquéd even-numbered Arabic numerals between faceted arrow-shaped hour markers. There are also versions where the odd-numbered hour markers are set with diamonds.
The TUDOR metal bracelet
Designed for comfort and refinement, the bracelet of the TUDOR 1926 is made up of seven links of varying size, which closely follow the curve of the wrist. The bracelet's external links are satin-brushed while those in the middle are polished, offering a variety of finishes that enhance the elegance of the watch. Meticulously assembled, the TUDOR metal bracelet is both flexible and strong.
Classic elegance in four sizes
Offered in steel or gold and steel, and designed to suit wrists of all sizes, the TUDOR 1926 is available in four sizes 28 mm, 36 mm, 39 mm and 41 mm. Made of polished steel, the case is waterproof to 100 metres (330 ft). All four sizes are available with finishing touches in rose gold.
As a man of taste and culture, Jay Chou wears the new TUDOR 1926, a highly refined while understated mechanical timepiece blending traditional horology aesthetics and contemporary high-performance watchmaking.