Tudor watches are synonymous with function, performance and practicality. Timeless and practical, Tudor watches are perfect either for daily wear or for special occasions. Learn more about Tudor HK below.


Iconic Tudor Watch Models You Should Know About

Rolex founder Hans Wilsdorf created Tudor as a more affordable brand, one which initially housed third-party movements inside Rolex cases. However, beginning in 2012, Tudor thrilled fans of tool watches with the release of the Black Bay, a modern iteration of the now highly collectable Tudor Submariner, produced from 1954 until the 1990s. The Black Bay was an instant hit, and it allowed Tudor to step out from under Rolex’s shadow and beam its own identity more boldly. Here are some of Tudors iconic watches.

Tudor Heritage Black Bay

Inspired from a collaboration with Breitling while drawing deeply from Tudor watches’ history. IT was the very first Tudor chronograph to use the Breitling B01 chronograph movement. The Heritage Black Bay managed to combine elements of both vintage diver and chronograph watches into a harmonious symphony. The snowflake hour hand is also another interesting feature, which makes it stand out as a diver’s watch.

Tudor Hydronaut

Originally designed for diving and water activities, the Tudor Hydronaut is a diver’s best friend. Capable to withstand up to 1,200 metres of water pressure, this watch is one of Tudor’s sturdiest creations. This dive watch has a stainless steel case with a black ceramic bezel and an elegant stainless steel bracelet. The dial comes with luminous hands and index hour markers and features a date display at 3 o’clock. A self-winding movement powers the watch.

Tudor Heritage Chrono

Inspired by the Tudor Chronography launched in 1973- also known as the ‘Monte-Carlo’- the Tudor Heritage Chrono is an excellent timepiece that marries functionality and style. Its 42mm steel case is perfect for everyday wear. The bi-directional rotating bezel with a 12-hour scale also assists the wearer in keeping track of elapsed hours. This is one of the popular choices amongst watch collectors and Tudor watches’ fans.

Tudor Classic

Pure, simple, classy. The Tudor Classic is not one to be overlooked. With a 41mm polished steel casing, it gives off an air of elegance with its carefully crafted bracelet that features a folding steel clasp. The index markings are inscribed upon the silver dial that is covered by a scratch-proof glass. The watch also features a 38-hour power reserve.

Tudor Fastrider Chrono

The Tudor Fastrider Chrono was the brainchild of a collaboration between Tudor and Ducati that started in 2011. The result was a utility-oriented chronograph with hints of sportiness as well as Ducati’s sexiness. In this all-dark iteration, the watch provides a refreshing option to the stylish watch lover. Evoking power, mystery and sophistication, the Tudor Fastrider Chrono dramatically changes the wearer’s mood and style. Powered by a 4Hz automatic movement with 46 hours of power reserve, the rhythmic clockwork movements carry a sense of stability. Much like the Tudor logo in the shape of a shield, this watch suits the grounded and sophisticated individual.

Is Tudor a good investment?

The most popular Tudor watches like the Heritage Black Bay and the Pelagos, hold their value the best, hence making them a good investment.

Is Tudor a luxury watch brand?

Tudor isn’t as well-known as the other luxury brands, but it comes with some serious pedigree because it’s actually Rolex’s sister company. Far from being a second-class brand, Tudor is increasingly popular thanks to watches like the Black Bay.

How much is a Tudor watch worth?

Tudor watches price can range anywhere from HK$11,000 to HK$60,000 depending on the model you are looking for.