Random but anybody ever work in Hong Kong?? Tudor I like but only really seen it available in the Asian market.
Just look at how beautiful it is... The numerals, the dial, the hands, the case, the whole shebang... It's perfect, absolutely perfect...
Looks best on a leather strap for me...
I don't work in HK but I see Tudor everywhere in London and New York?
I see Tudor everywhere in the UK
I blame David Beckham.
Which model? The only Tudors you should have to wait for from an AD here are the BB58 and BB GMT. The GMT is a bit harder to get but apparently that was exacerbated by an early issue they had with the new GMT calibre, where the date wouldn’t reliably change, so they took a lot of them back to be fixed.
Loads of ADs carry Tudor in London. In fact your man eJay can probably sort you out.
Was in Brent Cross today. Fraser Hart, Ernest Jones and Goldsmiths within pisssing range of each other. All carry Tudor.
It’s getting worse...
Wot the actual fuck is that?
Ugh. Watchgang. They've been spamming me for ages. No I don't want to pay hundr ds of pounds per month for a bunch of quartz watches that aren't as good as the ones I could buy for the same money.
Hang on, they've just changed the shape of the hands and flipped Chrono24's logo. Cheeky bastards.
And OUT OF ORDER?! What the fuck?
They can fuck right off>>>>>
But it's what guys want… I'm a guy… it's what I talk about all the time, with the guys.
It's just fashion watches, safe to ignore.
Love the sub text.
Damaged in transit.
Cool as fuck.
Oh Italy. Now I get it.
The cyclops that doesn’t magnify is the best. So ironic, hipster’s paradise.
Yeah these fucking boneheads be spamming me too. Looked like all filler bollocks to me!
In regards to the tudor question, it's for a model that's really a Tudor replica of the Rolex daydate but it's a fairly new edition. From what I read they're only a few years old but they're not common here and being tudor are fairly well priced for what you're getting. Id love the Rolex but with wedding approaching I think I'm being a little too optimistic. Tudor will probably work out about £1000 for one in top or brand new condition with the same white gold fluted bezel etc.
Sorry forgot to say it's the Day-Date edition. Not as good typeface wise, bracelet or composition as the Rolex and the baton markers look a little shorter but it's pretty solid.
Yeah I'm aware of that but I'm not fussed on the GMT personally, too high and 41mm would look out of place on my wrist.
I like the BB58 but can't afford it just yet.
I'm hoping / praying they might bring out a sub of their own in a 39mm/40mm size next yeah like the mock up photos online for this year's just gone.
They won't. There's simply no need anymore. The Black Bay line is already too big, introducing a sub would be a madness. Buy vintage if you want a Tudor sub, but then you could almost buy a Rolex sub for the same money now...
Re that Tudor, if it's a 94510, that is not a modern model. If you're talking about the currently available 'Glamour Day-Date', you're looking for ref 56000.
Yeah, I just mentioned the 58 and GMT because they’re the only ones you should have any difficulty finding at an authorised dealer. The Glamour day-date shouldn’t be a problem, personally I feel the dressier Tudors have lost their vibe a bit in a way that the corresponding Rolexes haven’t. Maybe vintage is the way to go?
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