As early as the 1950s, TUDOR used the name "Royal" to emphasize the excellence of its timepieces. The "Royal" collection, now back in action, is a clear expression of the brand's self-exploration, renewed and pulsed with history.
This watch combines fashion and sportsmanship in order to fully satisfy the needs and attire of every occasion. At first glance, it is hard to forget that the polished surface of the concave molded bezel and the concave molded cut-outs are separate from each other and are particularly noteworthy. The case is Swiss made and the whole is made of 316L stainless steel. The new watch is equipped with a screw-down winding crown and back cover to ensure that the water resistance can always be worn at a depth of 100 meters.
The strap is integrated into the case, emphasizing the smooth and free modernity of the Royal Collection. The interval links of the bracelet are finely polished, and the outer and middle links are treated with a frosted effect for a masterful and original finish. In addition, the surface of the bracelet is supple and smooth, and the detailing of the edges emphasizes TUDOR's emphasis on comfort. In addition to the steel version, the Royal Collection is also available with a gold and steel bracelet with spacer links, a sophisticated decorative effect that meets the wearer's diverse needs.
The dials of the new watches are decorated with a chic sunlight effect and a pattern that is particularly eye-catching and dazzling on the black, silver, champagne or blue dials. Unlike the TUDOR Biwan models, the dials of the Royal Culture watches are set with Roman numerals, adding a touch of retroism and artistic elegance.
With its hidden internal movements, superb craftsmanship, fine decoration and fine adjustments in accordance with the strict standards of the watchmaking industry, the Royal Collection is an example of Swiss micromechanics.
With its extensive watchmaking experience and full confidence in the quality of its timepieces, Tudor offers a five-year warranty on all products sold after January 1, 2020. This warranty does not require a watch registration or any maintenance checks and is transferable. In addition, any Tudor watch purchased between July 1, 2018 and December 31, 2019 is covered by an additional 18-month extended warranty for a total of three and a half years. In terms of watch use, Tudor watches recommend that watches be sent for maintenance every ten years, depending on the model and actual use.
As if to rally collectors and make the Royal Collection accessible to all who wear it, Royal Tudor has also introduced a diamond-studded mother-of-pearl couture watch to complement the collection. Taking into account the different wrist sizes, there are four sizes available for the new model (28 mm, 34 mm, 38 mm and 41 mm.) The 41 mm model is particularly unique, TUDOR Ranger M79950-0003 with a mechanical movement that not only displays the calendar, but also a dial in a sector window between 11 pm and 1 pm.
When you look at this, you might think of the iconic weekly calendar watch from Tudor's "big brother" Rolex. The latter was introduced in 1956 and is still considered an important milestone in the history of the watch. It was the world's first wristwatch with a date window and a full weekly calendar, a great technical achievement at the time. Because of its many wearers, including JFK, Ford, Reagan, Nixon and Roosevelt, the Rolex Day-Date was dubbed "the watch of heads of state".
Today, the weekly calendar watch is no longer an insurmountable mountain to climb in terms of technological entrepreneurial development, but TUDOR has always remained true to the watchmaking philosophy of Hans Wilsdorf, the founder of the brand company, who sought to create watches that were affordable without compromising on quality of life.
In 1926, Hans Willsdorf, the founder of Rolex, registered the trademark "Tudor". He said: "For many years I have been trying to make watches that are popular in terms of price, but that are as reliable as Rolex". So he decided to set up a new company. As a result, he decided to form a new company, Tudor Watch Company, dedicated to the production and distribution of these new watches.
The original logo of Tudor Watches featured the Tudor family crest,TUDOR 1926 M91351-0002 a red and white rose motif, symbolizing strength and prestige. Later this logo became a shield with roses painted on it, which then evolved into its current form, which is shaped as just a shield. A long tradition of top-fashionable and durable first-class Swiss watchmaking has created a TUDOR watch that exemplifies the contemporary active lifestyle.
From the very beginning, the tiller has been used by intrepid people on land, under the sea and on ice. For decades, it has accompanied its wearer across rugged alpine trails, accompanied British expeditions on icy expeditions to northern Greenland, performed aerial missions with the U.S. Air Force Air Rescue... ... And then there were the French Navy frogmen exploring the ocean floor. It has stood the test of time and proved itself in challenges alongside the intrepid.
Today, TUDOR's flagship collections include the Black Bay, Pelagos and 1926 lines. Starting in 2015, TUDOR Watches has introduced high-quality original mechanical movements with different functions.
"We can be faithful to the classics without resting on our laurels." In 2017, TUDOR launched a new corporate brand development statement - "Born to Dare" (Born to Dare), which aims to honor every student by inheriting the fruitful tradition of the cultural brand and presenting the current concept of social value management The Royal Collection is a tribute to every student who is fearless and courageous.
The Royal Collection is an example of this rigorous watchmaking philosophy, enabling every wearer to enjoy the exceptional quality worthy of the TUDOR brand at an affordable price TUDOR Ranger M79950-0002, while at the same time profoundly interpreting TUDOR's brand spirit of "Born to Dare" and its watchmaking philosophy of always striving for excellence.