To mark the Rugby World Cup 2019™ and celebrate its partnership with New Zealand’s national rugby team, TUDOR presents a black limited-edition version of its Black Bay chronograph. The number of timepieces created corresponds to the number of All Blacks p
To celebrate Tudor’s global partnership with the New Zealand All Blacks, and to mark the Rugby World Cup beginning September 20th, of which Tudor is the Official Timekeeper, the brand today unveils a LIMITED EDITION Black Bay Chrono Dark from Japan. The n
Because of the embargo I couldn\'t post this yesterday. Tried it on yesterday afternoon. The new all black Tudor Chrono. The number of timepieces created corresponds to the number of All Blacks players since the team’s creation. An additional model will b
I do see where you're coming from - that there has been a raft of new movements that have been introduced with with around 70 hrs power reserve. The ones I'm aware of are: Rolex Tudor Seiko Lots of Swatch group brands. So yes, perhaps they need a movement
Wearing vintage Tudor today and writing a small review of one watch that I’ve been chasing for awhile. After a short stint back in the army, I can’t help but revisit part of my military collection and finally introduce a newcomer into the fold — the Omega
After 10 months of waiting, Tudor finally called today and tell me my watch has arrived and ask me whether I am still keen. 10 months ago I put my name on the waiting list and after so long I long forgotten it. I can’t wait to share the wrist shot!
In average one costs around 50 million and it's a lot of debt to have. Furthermore, the market is so lousy that each generates at least 10k losses 24/7. But the market is changing. Fast I believe. Beer is a better option. Most of us consume it a lot. Seri