Since the establishment of TUDOR, TUDOR has always insisted on manufacturing exquisite women’s watches with superb craftsmanship and excellent quality. In the early 1930s, the first batch of Tudor women’s watches and men’s watches came out at the same time, one of the earliest markets where the brand took root. At that time, the Tudor watch was mostly designed with rectangular, barrel-shaped or beveled edges. Its aesthetic style was in line with the popular Art Deco trend at the time, and the rich style provided customers with a wide range of choices.
In the mid-to-late 1940s, Tudor began to introduce waterproof cases with the Tudor rose pattern, which was still a very rare technology at the time. The first advertisement targeted at female customers was also hot and released in the same period.
In the 1970s, Tudor began to pay more attention to various sports activities. An advertisement at the time invited a women’s water skiing champion, accompanied by a copy of ‘Choose her watch carefully as if choosing a water ski’ as a promotion. The advertisement promotes the Prince Oysterdate watch, which is a self-winding waterproof watch, equipped with a date function, outstanding performance and elegant style. Nowadays, when it comes to the Tudor women’s watch series, it is necessary to mention the Clair de Rose series, which is specially designed for women. The watch retains the soft curved lines and the winding watch with rounded blue spinel The crown highlights the elegant, classic and timeless style.
The Clair de Rose watch has a finely embossed pattern on the opal faceplate and the crown is set with a domed blue spinel. The steel watch has a combination of links such as ‘grain’, and the textured watch has a spiral pattern with a logo, which is very artistic.
The new Black Bay 32 incorporates technical elements of the Tudor function watch, condensed in a small size women’s watch. Black Bay 32 combines elegance and practicality with two choices of black and blue lacquered surfaces
The Black Bay 32, which was based on the first female diving watch introduced in 1976 by Tudor, merged Tudor’s classic design to create a functional female watch with outstanding quality. The watch inherits the technical design elements common to the prestigious Black Bay series, especially the iconic ‘Snowflake’ hands. Equipped with an automatic movement. The lacquered surface is available in dark black and turquoise blue, both of which have been the signature colors of Tudor sports watches since the 1960s.
Clair de Rose
Stainless steel material / 2824 self-winding movement / hours, minutes, seconds, date display / sapphire crystal mirror / waterproof 100 meters / table diameter 26mm / 30 and 34mm
Black Bay 32
Stainless steel material / 2824 self-winding movement / hours, minutes and seconds display / sapphire crystal mirror / waterproof 150 meters / table diameter 32mm