TUDOR

Often referred to as the Rolex sister brand, Hans Wilsdorf founded Tudor in 1926. Created to be the affordable timepiece, to keep Rolex as the cream of the crop. The Tudor pieces featured many Rolex parts off the shelf, which kept costs down. Over time, they became well known for their tool watches, that were even commissioned by US Navy Seals and the French Navy. It wasn’t until 1996 that Tudor stopped using Rolex branded components and relied on their own prestige and history. 

Today, Tudor and their iconic snowflake hands are gaining more and more popularity. They’ve also experienced success with their BB58 and new Chronograph models. 

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