For Tudor, 2012 is devoted to the sea. Following its chosen path, where style meets performance, the brand is presenting two major new watches this year. The Heritage Black Bay model pays tribute to the company’s rich history, with a fresh interpretation of an old standard created in the 1950s that left a lasting mark on the history of divers’ watches. The Pelagos model, which is waterproof to a depth of 500 metres (1640 feet), is a fusion of technology and innovation. Its sporting character and impeccable reliability will meet the requirements of lovers of the deep and those who are passionate about the vital marine environment. With these two models devoted to the sea, Tudor demonstrates not just the wealth of its precious, 60-year-old heritage, but also its ability to delve into history and offer products that are completely up to date. Now more than ever, Tudor, the icon of retro chic style, is affirming its genetic heritage, combining aesthetic power with technical virtuosity.
|Case||:||41 mm steel case with polished and satin finish|
|Bezel||:||Unidirectional rotatable bezel in steel with burgundy red disc|
|Movement||:||Self-winding mechanical movement|
|Power reserve||:||approximately 38 hours|
|Crown||:||Screw-down steel winding crown engraved with the TUDOR rose|
|Waterproof||:||to 200 m (660 ft)|
|Bracelet||:||Steel bracelet or leather strap with folding clasp and safety catch, additional fabric strap with buckle|