Let’s take a look at our reviews for the best Tudor brand watches that you can buy in 2019.
Tudor watches are among the most expensive watches in the luxury scene, but there is still plenty of demand for them simply because the materials and craftsmanship still make them a good investment.
The current collections are varied in their functions and applications, and we can say that the self-winding rotors have been upgraded to provide at least 30 hours of power per self-winding.
Tudor Black Bay
The Tudor Black BayCollection comes in four variants: rivet steel, aged leather, burgundy fabric, and black fabric. The dials also come in three colors: red, black, and blue.
The watches measure 41 mm and come with a self-winding mechanism (MT5602 Calibre), and has a power reserve that will last approximately 70 hours from last self-winding.
The aluminum winding crown is embossed with the signature TUDOR Rose insignia. The bezel is also made of anodized aluminum and is unidirectional. Black Bay watches can survive up to 660 feet of submersion.
The Tudor Pelagos collection features all-titanium builds (black and blue), which is recommended for people who have a nickel allergy/metal allergy and cannot wear stainless steel or other types of metal watches.
The Tudor Pelagos’ titanium case measures 42 mm and contains a self-winding mechanism, with a power reserve of 70 hours.
Since the Pelagos is a diving watch, its mechanism can withstand incredible water pressure to up to a depth of 1,640 feet, and also has a helium escape valve at the 9 o’clock position, too.
The display cover is made of sapphire, which is one of the hardest minerals used in watchmaking, which should make the Pelagos a worthy companion while adventuring.
Tudor Fastrider Black Shield
Tudor Fastrider Black Shield watches are characterized by their unidirectional, ceramic winding bezels, as well as their all-black construction that should be a big hit with people who simply love black.
These timeless pieces come with beautiful black leather straps that are luxuriant however way you look at them. The matte black case measures 42 mm, and has been bead-blasted to produce the unique ceramic finish. Like other Tudors, the Fastrider Black Shied is self-winding, and has been equipped with Calibre 7753 chronograph mechanism.
The Fastrider Black Shield’s power reserve is approximately 46 hours. The mechanism can withstand a depth of 500 feet, and the dial has both 30-minute and 12-minute totalizers located at the 3 o’clock and 6 o’clock positions. The winding crown is stainless steel and is PVD-treated, before being embossed with the signature TUDOR Rose insignia.
Tudor Heritage Advisor
True to its name, the Heritage Advisor collection looks every bit a classic, from its sharp numerical stencils to its stainless steel build, properly contrasted by its deep cognac finish.
The Heritage Advisor has a 42 mm stainless steel case that has a polished and satin finish. The watch employs a Calibre 2892 self-winding mechanism (Swiss chronograph movement), and has a bonus alarm feature that’s patented by Tudor.
The watch can run for approximately 42 hours from last self-winding. The Heritage Advisor is waterproof to a depth of 330 feet, which makes it safe for showering and a little swimming. The cover is a domed sapphire crystal, which makes it more shatter-proof than other watches that are equipped only with mineral crystal.
The Tudor 1926 collection is breathtaking, and brings back memories of the more classic designs that have defined the ultimate gentleman in Europe in the bygone decades.
Timeless and elegant, we love how Tudor has brought back the timelessness of the older mechanical, analog watches through the 1926 collection. Lightweight and perfect as a dress watch, the Tudor 1926 combines gold and silver tones perfectly, with its large golden stencils, and stainless steel background.
The watch case measures just 41 mm and is polished and satin to the eye. The collection sports a Calibre 2824 self-winding mechanism and can be used for 38 hours from last winding. The watch is waterproof to a depth of 330 feet.
The face of the watch features a rose gold bezel and the silver-embossed face is perfect for any occasion. Also comes with a sapphire crystal window for added durability.
The Tudor Glamour Double Date collection has five variants: diamond-set dial steel and yellow gold bezel, diamond-set dial steel and yellow gold bezel, steel and yellow gold bezel with steel and yellow gold bracelet, steel and yellow gold bezel with champagne colored-dial, and diamond-set dial with steel and yellow gold bezel.
Glamour watches are extremely beautiful with the smallest detailing, and they are perfect as dress watches. The case measures 42 mm and has a polished finish, and the open back is made of sapphire crystal, too. The self-winding mechanism is backed by a Calibre MT5641 rotor system and the watch also has a deep power reserve of 70 hours.
The screw-down crown is made of yellow gold and is embossed with the signature TUDOR logo.
Glamour watches are waterproof to up to a depth of 330 feet, and come with steel, rose gold, diamond, or yellow gold finishes. Tudor installed domed sapphire crystal to protect the display of this series, and you can also expect polished center links in the bracelets.
The Tudor Classic 38 mm has the most number of varieties, but many of them have yellow gold bezels and yellow gold bracelets. As the name implies, the Tudor Classic champions the wider, classic design of Swiss watches, and stainless steel is used for much of the construction.
The case measures 38 mm, and comes with a fluted bezel in yellow gold. Classics come with a Calibre 2824 self-winding mechanism (the same one used in other collections), and has a good 38 hours of power before it winds down.
The Classic can withstand water to a depth of 330 feet and has a date window at the 3 o’clock position. The watch is also covered by domed sapphire for clear viewing, and the steel and gold bracelet has a patented Tudor folding clasp for secure wear.