The tale of Tudor began in 1926 when the brand was founded by Hans Wilsdorf, the visionary behind Rolex. The vision for Tudor was a brand with the same reliability and quality as Rolex but at a more affordable price. The brand’s name originated from the Tudor period in England, known for the reign of Elizabeth I and Henry VIII. This period symbolizes a sense of adventure and timelessness, as Tudor aspires to be.
Tudor possesses an unwavering commitment to quality, performance, and affordability. This has resulted in a well-deserved place among the world’s most respected watchmakers, allowing Tudor watches to stand the test of time, both in terms of style and performance.
Prestigious pieces of the Tudor heritage include the Submariner, Black Bay, and Pelagos, each with their own unique style and design.
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