Watch Brand Returns Following Hiatus
Tudor, the Swiss watch brand that shares its founder with Rolex, has announced plans to relaunch in the UK after more than a decade away from the market.
The soon-to-launch collection features a number of unisex models that focus on the brand’s 88-year history. Key designs include the Ranger, Black Bay and Chrono Blue.
Select watches in the Heritage line are supplied with two bracelets or straps: an adjustable fabric strap and a second in either aged-leather or satin-finished steel.
These will sit alongside the Pelagos diving watch, developed in partnership with professional divers, a 1970s-inspired Montecarlo chronograph and performance-based Fastrider Black Shield.
Tudor was originally founded in 1926 by watchmaker Hans Wilsdorf whom found success with the world famous Rolex.
Price points for the affordable counterpart sit between £1,000 – £4,000, as much at 75 per cent less than those produced by its sibling company.
Bosses claim to have already signed up a network of over 100 official Tudor retailers to sell the range, including Harrods, Ernest Jones and Goldsmiths, when it launches in the UK on 19th September.