Launched in 1946 by Rolex founder Hans Wilsdorf, Tudor offers 100% Swiss made mechanical watches with sophisticated style, proven reliability and an unparalleled relationship between quality and price. Throughout their history, TUDOR watches have been chosen by the boldest adventurers on land, underwater and on ice, the world over. ‘Born to Dare’ became their Mantra in 2017.

The TUDOR brand has gone from strength to strength. The current collection includes emblematic models such as Black Bay, Pelagos and North Flag and has won several awards at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève. Since 2015, TUDOR has offered high-performance in-house manufacture movements with excellent precision and proven robustness, certified by the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC).

Black Bay

With a design that is an amalgam of Submariners past and the revival of Tudor’s iconic snowflake hands, it’s easy to see why this particular style is such a hit. It’s the watch every Tudor aficionado wants to own.



The brief was simple: design the perfect diving watch. So Tudor created the ultimate modern diver. Minimalist in appearance but with amazing practical features such as the clasp, which expands and contracts with your wetsuit. And like any modern diver it looks just as good out of the water.



Brand new for 2018, the 1926 flirts with that fine line between dress and sport. Aimed at both men and women, it has an old-school debonair charm. Though there are some fabulous bi-colours, if you prefer something a little more racy.



As you’d expect from the collection that taps straight into Tudor’s back catalogue from the 1960s and 1970s, these watches are a perfect slice of vintage cool with everything from retro chronos to pared-back time-only styles.


Clair De Rose

This is the Tudor equivalent of a crisp white linen shirt – classic, clean, with timeless appeal and a myriad ways to be worn. And if all-steel isn’t your personal style, there are some rather cool strap options to add some pizazz.


North Flag

This was the collection that launched Tudor’s first in-house movement, cementing the brand’s reputation as a serious watch maker. The utilitarian design was inspired by the Oyster Prince watches taken on the British North Greenland Expedition in the 1950s.



Billed as Tudor’s retro-chic line, the Glamour collection is where you’ll find the more after-dark designs –diamond settings, cool anthracite and dark leather. It’s what you wear when you don your dinner suit or slip into a cocktail dress.