Many of us are old enough to remember when Tudor was still wearing the "Poor Man's Rolex" label. Although it has lived in the shadow of its outstanding parent company for most of its history, it has always impressed us. This is a rigorous evaluation of outstanding brands, even in their inconspicuous periods. Today, this label is completely wrong. Tudor may still be cheaper than the average Rolex, but the gap between the two in terms of quality and innovation has narrowed a lot in recent years.
We can regard Tudor's dive watch as a perfect example. The current product portfolio provides us with a choice of two series: the eye-catching, nostalgic, and advocating Black Bay series, and the Black Bay 58 series is a particularly prominent series. Then there is the Tudor Pelagos series. Here, all past thoughts are forgotten, and the Tudor dynasty may have given us one of the best modern divers of modern times.
In fact, Tudor does have a long and outstanding pedigree of diving watches, and has provided products for many underwater combat units in the world in the past. The Pelagos collection is the best combination of the best military traditions and the brand's latest innovations, wrapped in luxury tool watches that you might actually dive into. Below, let’s take a closer look at this unknown hero of the Tudor series and discover how good it is.
The Tudors Main features of PELAGOS: Case size: 42mm
Material: titanium and stainless steel
Function: time and date display with running seconds, helium exhaust valve
Dial: black or blue with luminous hour markers
Bezel: unidirectional, black or blue ceramic, with 60-minute scale