Tag Archive for: Tudor

Tudor Ranger: Right Recipe But Half-Baked

Raman Kalra thinks that the Tudor Ranger might be the most interesting of the latest releases by Tudor, as it is a whole new model release. But as he points out, it does have issues he would like to see resolved.

Why I Bought It: Tudor Pelagos

Łukasz Doskocz bought a Tudor Pelagos because it is a superior tool watch; it is “form follows function” at its best, with every single bit of the watch designed for a practical and useful reason. But he loves and bought it for more than just that.

Tudor Pelagos 39 mm Thoughts: Blandly Exciting, or Excitingly Bland?

The Pelagos 39, is now more compact, moving from 42mm to 39 mm. Even more impressive and where the most notable change will be felt, the thickness has been reduced from 15mm for the Pelagos 42 down to 11.8 for the Pelagos 39.

Tudor Ranger: A Fantastic – and Relatively Affordable – Alternative to Rolex – Reprise

In Martin Green’s opinion, the Tudor Ranger has a timeless quality that some might look upon as being too plain but has a deeper charisma that reveals itself over time. At 39mm, the Ranger is neither too large or too small. And he looks at if it’s a better deal than the Rolex Explorer.

Tudor Black Bay 54 vs. Black Bay 58: A Calculated Downsize

Since 2018, the Black Bay 58 has been the star for Tudor. On the face of it, the Black Bay 54 (BB54) is just a smaller Black Bay variant with a few minor changes. Yet, taking a closer look you realise that the sum of small parts makes this very different from the Black Bay 58 (BB58) and Black Bay 41mm.

Tudor Black Bay P01

Tudor Black Bay P01 and The Story of the 1967 Prototype that Inspired It – Reprise

At Baselworld 2019, when the curtains were finally opened at the Tudor booth, a watch that had widely been considered a myth by many was revealed to be 100 percent real! The Tudor Black Bay P01 has now arrived.

Tudor Pelagos FXD: Better than the Black Bay? – Reprise

While considering his 2022 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève predictions, Joshua Munchow rediscovered the Tudor Pelagos, specifically the Pelagos FXD, a very practical and attractive watch. And it has caused him to reevaluate his position on Tudor and thinks that this one would look pretty darn good on his wrist.

Tudor Ranger: Right Recipe But Half-Baked

Raman Kalra thinks that the Tudor Ranger might be the most interesting of the latest releases by Tudor, as it is a whole new model release. But as he points out, it does have issues he would like to see resolved.

Why I Bought It: Tudor Pelagos – Reprise

Łukasz Doskocz bought a Tudor Pelagos because it is a superior tool watch; it is “form follows function” at its best, with every single bit of the watch designed for a practical and useful reason. But he loves and bought it for more than just that.

Tudor Pelagos 39 mm Thoughts: Blandly Exciting, or Excitingly Bland?

The Pelagos 39, is now more compact, moving from 42mm to 39 mm. Even more impressive and where the most notable change will be felt, the thickness has been reduced from 15mm for the Pelagos 42 down to 11.8 for the Palagos 39.