I picked this up for my son for Christmas. Quite impressed with this GMT. The bracelet is substantial

 By: aperna : November 21st, 2020-10:18

Amazing value this Tudor. They are indeed super nice

 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : November 21st, 2020-10:21
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I have a couple in my collection. But I have to say , this one is really special. You need to see it in the metal. Thanks for looking

 By: aperna : November 21st, 2020-10:27
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I agree this one is especially nice. Am sure your son will be pleased with it!

 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : November 21st, 2020-10:33
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Great minds think alike

 By: CrookedOak : November 21st, 2020-14:14
I bought the same for one of my sons and and a Black Bay 58 (in blue) for his brother. I was also really impressed with the quality and wrist presence.

I bought my son one last year; he loves it.

 By: kev09 : November 21st, 2020-10:31

Regards Kev.

You are a good Dad!

 By: aperna : November 21st, 2020-10:45
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Terrific watch. The bracelet is nicer than Rolex’s

 By: hmd4m : November 21st, 2020-10:40
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Agree entirely

 By: aperna : November 21st, 2020-10:44
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Great gift, Daddy. I am considering one for myself, too. Very convinced, and under the charm.

 By: amanico : November 21st, 2020-10:48
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Honestly Nico I really like this watch! It feels substantial on the wrist

 By: aperna : November 21st, 2020-10:58
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An affordable pleasure, indeed.

 By: amanico : November 21st, 2020-11:00
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Is the date problem resolved?

 By: Bobbe : November 21st, 2020-12:18
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Heavy metal,

 By: Mary Anny : November 21st, 2020-11:25
As far as I can tell owing its smaller sibling!

Very generous👍

 By: brauner : November 21st, 2020-11:27
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Great Tudor and amazing value for your money imho.

 By: Watchonthewrist : November 21st, 2020-12:43
I had one too when they came out . Like you said a watch you need to see on the wrist

Looks good my freind.your

 By: nasseriq : November 21st, 2020-12:47
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Looks good my friend. Your son is very fortunate.

 By: nasseriq : November 21st, 2020-12:47
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i couldnt think of a better choice honestly speaking....

 By: @lberti : November 21st, 2020-13:23
Maybe the speedmaster, but this one ticks all the boxes for a young person: tough, automatic, gmt function, "in-house", good name and heritage, etc....

Congrats but just get ready for date wheel to stick.

 By: Rrpdc : November 21st, 2020-15:36
Tudor has not dealt well with issue at all.  Long wait times for service to replace movement without any acknowledgement of issue.  

I sent mine in . Long post...

 By: roger.goodgion : November 21st, 2020-18:41
I sent it right as the pandemic was shutting things down so it took awhile to get it back. Since then it’s run fine.

After researching I noticed something that may be causing more people to have an issue that is more of a quirk imho.

If you are changing the date back a day by going counter clockwise, if you stop the hour hand before going back enough, the date wheel will not fully switch. Now it will be half way. But once you go counter clockwise enough, there is enough spring/cam(whatever they use) pressure to fully switch the date.


Watch is at 3:20am for the hour hand that controls the date. You set it to 11:20 pm. The date is stuck half way. You continue to set the hour hand back, as it snaps to each hour, somewhere around 5:20pm the date will click into place. Then you can quickly go back to 11:20pm and all is well.
It never happens in the clockwise direction. There seems to be a difference in the spring power for the date in the clockwise direction compared to counter.

Side note: my polar explorer 16570 with 3185 movement is the same.

Pls wrap it up quickly and

 By: S F : November 21st, 2020-17:47
lock it away till X’ma’s ! Else looks like it will stay on your wrist instead 😁.

This watch is fantastic.

 By: roger.goodgion : November 21st, 2020-18:24
I got one for myself. Last year actually in November. A friend was in London and his AD offered it to him. He was under the impression he was getting a Pepsi in a month so he asked me if I wanted it.

The US dollar was strong and he got VAT back. One of my best bargains ever. It’s comfy and beautiful.

It’s thicker than say my explorer 2 but I would not say it’s too thick , well proportioned.

I want to buy some of that Rolex disinfectant.

 By: mhz > vph : November 21st, 2020-20:24
Perhaps it will go for 100,000 dollars at auction in 50 years. But in all seriousness, lovely watch!

Can't go wrong with this

 By: Quan : November 21st, 2020-23:30
pick, hope he enjoy it.

That will be a life long companion. Well done.

 By: Uncle Chico : November 22nd, 2020-02:34
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What a lucky boy.

 By: Miles_151 : November 22nd, 2020-02:47
I really like these. Such a lot of watch.
Hope he treasures it for years to come.
Having had a deep love for watches most of my life I would love to have had either a watch bought for me or given to me by my father.
I think the sentimental value would always exceed any other value.
Sadly my dad was just not into watches but was still a wonderful man.
I bought my own first Rolex at the age of 15.
I look forward to hearing about your sons response when he receives his very precious gift from his dad.
Can’t put a price on those moments.
For the record I have 2 BB’s for my sons when they come of age.

A very lucky Son from a very generous dad. I am sure he deserves it. Enjoy

 By: Bill : November 22nd, 2020-10:07
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He is! He is an assistant district attorney. Pretty busy as one would expect. I plan on sending him to Paris so he can work with Nico

 By: aperna : November 22nd, 2020-10:37
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A very generous gift. I hope it’ll see many adventures with him and good use of the GMT function (once we get back to some normalcy).

 By: Jay (Eire) : November 22nd, 2020-13:11
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