A Swiss manufacturer of high-quality wristwatches
based in Geneva.

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Hans Wilsdorf's legacy

Tudor watches

Considered to be a Rolex subsidiary, Tudor watches were conceived by Rolex founder, Hans Wilsdorf in 1946 when the public was ready to recognize and appreciate a product with a more modest price, whose technical, aesthetic and functional qualities, as well as its distribution, were guaranteed by the Rolex brand, which had already earned worldwide renown for the high quality of its timepieces. They are distinguished as classical, sporty watches for diving, inspired by the Swiss legacy. 

Retro style

Swiss made

The watches are inspired by the retro chic design of the 1950s and 1960s. The Tudor brand is a distinct watch collection based on Tudor dynasty’s heritage, technical prowess and acute sense of style and is distinguished for classic, sport, diving and heritage-inspired watches, all Swiss-made.


Spirit for adventure


Born from the will to go beyond the standards, Tudor’s watchmaking philosophy draws its inspiration from its heritage, while incorporating state-of-the-art technology, exclusive innovations and pioneering creativity.

The wearers of a Tudor today are not so very different to those of the past. They are people with unconventional attitudes. People with ambition. People who are willing to pursue their passions – no matter where they take them.

Those who wear a Tudor share a thirst for discovery. A spirit of adventure. And the will to go further. They are curious. They are fearless.


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Tudor's newest

Tudor Black Bay P01

Tudor Black Bay P01

Tudor Black Bay Bronze

Tudor Black Bay Bronze

Black Bay S&G 32/36/41

Black Bay S&G 32/36/41

Black Bay Chrono S&G

Black Bay Chrono S&G

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