About Tudor

Established in 1926 by the renowned horologist Hans Wilsdorf, Tudor Watches operates as a sibling firm to Rolex. The brand initially earned its reputation through the manufacture of military and professional diving timepieces. Tudor’s primary aim was to provide high-quality timepieces at a price point more accessible than that of Rolex.

The incorporation of Rolex’s Oyster case and automatic rotor significantly contributed to Tudor’s progression in crafting tool watches. Between the 1950s and mid-1980s, Tudor supplied these specialised watches to both the US and French Navy. In 1967, responding to specific requirements from the American government, Tudor embarked on designing a new watch model. known as the Tudor Submariner. This model became highly sought after by divers and watch enthusiasts alike.

Over the years, Tudor Watches has continued to innovate and expand its collection. They have introduced various lines such as the Heritage, Pelagos, Black Bay, and Glamour collections. Each collection offers a distinct style and functionality. Tudor watches are known for their robust construction, precision engineering, and timeless designs. They incorporate features like water resistance, luminescent dials, and durable materials to ensure reliability in various environments.

In recent years, Tudor has gained significant recognition in the luxury watch market. Their collaboration with prominent sports brands like Ducati motorcycles and All Blacks rugby team has further enhanced their appeal among enthusiasts seeking a blend of performance and style. Tudor Watches continues to uphold its commitment to craftsmanship, durability, and affordability.