Defined by extreme elegance and good taste, the Classic Collection by Tudor seems to propose an alternative to those opulent watch-designs characterized by flashy detailing or by unnecessary design details that end up recreating a kitschy appearance. Tudor is a brand with standards, a brand that remains true to the core values inflicted by its founding father, Hans Wilsdorf, who is also the person who established the prestigious brand of Rolex years ago.

        A tribute to excellence and visual beauty, the new Collection Classic by Tudor presents two shiny models, well appreciated amongst watch connoisseurs.

        The first model goes by the name of Tudor Classic Date& Day Watch and it represents a statement of glamorous elegance, designed especially to please the taste of those people with pretensions regarding their wrist accessories. The design and functions of this model can satisfy even the most exigent customers, as it approaches unique design lines that shape only the finest of materials. The 41 mm in diameter case of the new Tudor Classic Date& Day Watch is crafted from stainless steel and yellow gold. The bezel is beautifully design as to give the impression of links interconnecting and it matches perfectly the gold dial of the watch. The dial provides hour markers, traditional hands for the hour, minute and second, a date window at 3 o’clock and also an aperture indicating the day of the week, in capital letters, at 12 o’clock. This beautiful watch has a water resistance of almost 100 meters, which is provided by the self-winding mechanical movement equipping this Tudor Classic Date& Day model. The watch is available on many variations, starting from a dial with a blue color, to a bracelet made either of stainless steel, or of stainless steel combined with links made of gold.

        The other model, the Tudor Classic Date model features two case sizes, one measuring 38 mm in diameter, while the other only 28 mm in diameter. Apart from this size difference, the only difference between the previously presented model is that this one doesn’t have a day function, an open aperture at 12 o’clock to indicate the day of the week. The other functions of the watch remain similar: a self-winding mechanical movement with a water resistance of 330 feet and a power reserve of 48 hours, a date window at 3 o’clock, gold hour markers on a black, gold, white or silvery dial and traditional hands made of gold for showing the hour, minute and second.

        A more feminine version of the new Tudor Classic Date Watch is also available, with the bezel adorned with 60 diamonds to add a touch of extravagance. Just as the other models, this one too is available on different bracelets, starting from combinations between stainless steel and gold to straps made simply of stainless steel.

Tudor’s Classiest Collection- Classic Date &Day and Classic Date Models Pictures Gallery