Tudor Watches

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7 watches For Sale
  • Stainless Steel, Steel rivet bracelet with flip-lock buckle, red unidirectional rotating diver bezel, black dial, automatic Chronometer (Cal. MT5602), screw-down crown, Ref. M79230R-0012, Tudor 2-year warranty dated February 2020, 41mm, Retail = $3,800, 99% Like New in Box with Papers + 2 Year BW Warranty

    $3,115 our price, Wire Price $2,995
    Our ID TDR507 : Ask A Question : Add To Cart
  • Stainless Steel, Steel rivet bracelet, unidirectional rotating diver bezel, black dial, automatic Chronometer (Cal. MT5602), screw-down crown, Ref. M79230N-0009, Tudor 2-year warranty dated May 2019, 41mm, Retail = $3,675, 99% Like New in Box with Papers

    $3,015 our price, Wire Price $2,895
    Our ID TDR506 : Ask A Question : Add To Cart
  • Stainless Steel, hybrid leather and rubber strap with deployant clasp, rotating diver bezel with locking mechanism, black dial, automatic Chronometer (MT5612 ), date, screw-down crown, WR 200m, Ref. M70150-0001, 42x56mm, Retail = $4,000, New in Box with Papers + 2 Year BW Warranty

    $3,950 our price, Wire Price $3,795
    Our ID TDR494 : Ask A Question : Add To Cart
  • Stainless Steel, Steel rivet bracelet, unidirectional rotating diver bezel, black dial, automatic Chronometer (Cal. MT5602), screw-down crown, WR 200m, Ref. M79230N-0009, 41mm, Retail = $3,675, New in Box with Papers + 2 Year BW Warranty

    $3,325 our price, Wire Price $3,195
    Our ID TDR425 : Ask A Question : Add To Cart
  • Stainless Steel, Steel rivet bracelet with flip-lock buckle, red unidirectional rotating diver bezel, black dial, automatic Chronometer (Cal. MT5602), screw-down crown, WR 200m, Ref. M79230R-0012, 41mm, Retail = $3,800, New in Box with Papers + 2 Year BW Warranty

    $3,325 our price, Wire Price $3,195
    Our ID TDR426 : Ask A Question : Add To Cart
  • Titanium, titanium bracelet + rubber strap, unidirectional rotating bezel, black dial, automatic Chronometer (Cal. MT5612), red date on even numbers, left hand screw-down crown, special numbered edition, WR 500m, Ref. 25610TNL, 42mm, Retail = $4,575, New in Box with Papers + 2 Year BW Warranty

    $4,055 our price, Wire Price $3,895
    Our ID TDR409 : Ask A Question : Add To Cart
  • Stainless Steel head and bracelet with flip-lock buckle, fluted bezel, silver dial, automatic (ETA 2824), date, screw-down crown, Ref. M12710, 41mm, Retail = $2,575, 99% Like New in Box with instructions

    $1,660 our price, Wire Price $1,595
    Our ID TDR504 : Ask A Question : Add To Cart

Tudor Watches

A subsidiary of the legendary Rolex brand, Tudor watches began making a distinct name for themselves from their inception by Rolex founder Hans Wildorf in the late 1940s. Wildorf had been experimenting for years with the idea of bringing a line of classic watches to a broader audience at more modest prices, without sacrificing the extremely high caliber quality that Rolex had been known for. Tudor accomplished this by using in-house Rolex cases and parts but installing less expensive, but still extremely reputable, ETA and Valjoux watch movements.

In its early days, the parallels to Rolex models were immediately apparent in their original Tudor Oyster Prince and its utilitarian diver watch alternative, the Tudor Submariner, introduced in 1958. However, Tudor began distinguishing itself with small touches to their designs, such as implementing the ‘Snowflake’ and ‘Lollipop’ hour hands, both unique choices that gave Tudor their own design separate from their Rolex siblings. This trend continued through the turn of the century and into current models, as Tudor continued to establish its own voice and style in its timepieces, operating independently of the choices of Rolex. Some more recent Tudor pieces have introduced complications and ideas never implemented by its parent company, such as stylized second hands in their women’s watch designs or alarm functions not seen in any Rolex models. Tudor’s recently unveiled designs offer even more substantial innovations, including unique and decidedly non-Rolex bracelet options and Tudor “Manufacture” movements.

Though the Rolex influence is still evident in Tudor’s timepieces, they have developed into a distinct and noteworthy brand worthy of any watch enthusiast’s attention.


Do you have a Tudor watch to sell? We are interested in many models from this brand. To get an idea of models we have bought direct from end-users, review our list of Tudor models we have bought.