Born from the will to go beyond the standards, TUDOR’s watchmaking philosophy draws its inspiration from its heritage, while incorporating state-of-the-art technology, exclusive innovations and pioneering creativity. Find TUDOR watches in our boutique locations in Miami near Miami Beach, Hollywood in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills on Rodeo Drive and La Jolla north of San Diego.
TUDOR Presents New Watches 2021 Building on its reputation for creating emblematic models chosen by the boldest adventurers, this year TUDOR presents unique versions of its Black Bay Fifty-Eight model. On the 50th anniversary of its first chronograph, TUDOR is relaunching its Black Bay Chrono model in steel, and is also introducing new versions of the Black Bay 32/36/41 and 1926. ...
How do I clean my TUDOR watch?
Your TUDOR watch requires very little daily care, but a few tips will help make it last a lifetime.
Make sure that the winding crown is screwed-down properly.
Rub your watch gently with a microfiber cloth or a soft brush and soapy water.
Rinse with fresh water. and remember, rinse your watch thoroughly with fresh water after every dip in the sea.
How do I use the chronograph function on my TUDOR watch?
Your TUDOR chronograph can time events independently from its main time keeping function.
Unscrew the pusher at 2 o’clock and press it. the central second hand as well as the minute hand in the sub-counter will start running.
Press the pusher at 2 o’clock a second time and the central second hand as well as the minute hand in the sub-counter will stop. They’ll indicate elapsed time since you first pressed the pusher to the quarter of a second.
Unscrew the pusher at 4 o’clock and press it. this will reset the chronograph function hands.
How do I use the rotating bezel features on my TUDOR watch?
Your TUDOR diving watch features a unidirectional rotatable bezel to keep track of elapsed time.
Rotate your bezel counter-clockwise until the triangle faces the minute hand.
Check your watch at any later time. The difference between the position of the triangle and the position of the minute hand will tell you how much time went by.
For safety reasons when diving, the bezel of your TUDOR diving watch can only rotate counter-clockwise. This is to prevent an accidental movement of the bezel leading the diver to think he as more bottom time ahead of him than actually is available.
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Created by the founder of Rolex, Hans Wilsdorf, the TUDOR Watch Company was born with a mission to explore new territories, offering “a watch that (his) agents could sell at a more modest price than (his) Rolex watches, and yet could attain (its) standards of dependability”. The TUDOR of today has not drifted away from the original vision. While strictly adhering to the fundamentals of excellence, the design of a TUDOR watch reinterprets a rich history to create something truly unique – a bold fusion of the original and the contemporary in an unrivalled proposition. A TUDOR watch is built for those who dare to step out of their comfort zone. It is designed to perform in all and every condition. From a refined evening out to the most extreme environments imaginable.
“For some years now, I have been considering the idea of making a watch that our agents could sell at a more modest price than our Rolex watches, and yet one that would attain the standard of dependability for which Rolex is famous. I decided to form a separate company, with the object of making and marketing this new watch. It is called the TUDOR watch company.”
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