Tudor 1926

Tudor 1926

TUDOR pays tribute to its origins and watchmaking traditions with its 1926 line, a range of mechanical watches that are timeless, classic and elegant. Available in four sizes with a wide choice of dials, the range epitomises TUDOR’s philosophy: one of affordability, refinement, and quality.

With its new 1926 line, TUDOR renews its commitment to the traditional values of fine Swiss watchmaking – a world where mechanical excellence goes hand in hand with enduring sophistication. The 1926 line is named after the year when “The Tudor” was registered as a brand on behalf of Rolex Founder Hans Wilsdorf. It captures TUDOR’s philosophy and continues down the very same path that it has trodden ever since its inception, emerging as a high-quality watch technically and aesthetically, with a level of sophistication that transcends any apparent limitations.

The TUDOR metal bracelet

The metal bracelet has taken pride of place in TUDOR design from the very beginning. Much more than a mere accessory, it is an integral part of the brand’s aesthetic and practical heritage. The 1926 line naturally has a purposemade bracelet designed with comfort, refinement and quality in mind. Made up of seven links of varying size, it closely follows the curve of the wrist. Its external links are satin-brushed while those in the middle are polished – a variety of finish that enhances the elegant appearance of the watch. Meticulously assembled in accordance with TUDOR’s longstanding skill in the field, the bracelet is flexible as well as strong.

TUDOR is born to dare

In 2017, TUDOR launched a new campaign with the “Born To Dare” signature. It reflects both the history of the brand and what it stands for today. It tells the adventures of individuals who have achieved the extraordinary on land, on ice, in the air or underwater, with a TUDOR watch on their wrists. It also refers to the vision of Hans Wilsdorf, the founder of TUDOR, who manufactured TUDOR watches to withstand the most extreme conditions, watches made for the most daring lifestyles. It is testimony to TUDOR’s singular approach to watchmaking, which has made it what it is today. At the cutting edge of the watchmaking industry, its innovations are now essential benchmarks. The TUDOR “Born To Dare” spirit is supported throughout the world by first class ambassadors, whose life achievements result directly from a daring approach to life.

Technical details

References: 91650/1, 91550/1, 91450/1, 91350/1

Case: 41, 39, 36 and 28 mm steel case, with polished finish

Bezel: Smooth bezel in steel or rose gold, with polished finish

Winding crown: Steel screw-down winding crown with the TUDOR logo in relief

Dial: Black, opaline or silver, embossed decoration, domed, with or without diamonds; Date at 3 o’clock

Crystal: Sapphire crystal

Movement: Self-winding mechanical movement, Calibre 2824 (41, 39 and 36 mm), or 2671 (28 mm)

Waterproofness: Waterproof to 100 m (330 ft)

Bracelet: Steel or steel and rose gold bracelet, 7 rows, satin-brushed external links, polished centre links, with folding clasp and safety catch

Power reserve: Approximately 38 hours

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