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Introducing the Revamped Tudor Glamour Double Date, Now With a New In-House Movement

Introducing the Revamped Tudor Glamour Double Date, Now With a New In-House Movement

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Tudor is to a great extent known for the Black Bay , however the dearest Swiss firm likewise has a modest bunch of under-the-radar watches in its index that don’t regularly get a lot of consideration from press or, honestly, fans. To some degree, that’s on the grounds that Tudor hasn’t truly engaged a ton of PR energy on these different watches, at any rate not in the States. A valid example: at Baselworld recently, the 1926 assortment kind of traveled every which way, notwithstanding really being very decent in the metal. It’s difficult to escape the approaching Black Bay shadow.  

But it looks as though Tudor is attempting to change that with an update of one of their more seasoned, dressier lines, the Glamor Double Date arrangement. The patch up comes with another mid-case, a more contemporary dial plan, and, maybe generally critical, another in-house make type, MT5641 (yet more on that later).  

Measuring 42 millimeters across, the Glamor Double Date will be accessible in various cycles with various dial plans and shadings (silver, dark, champagne, and opaline), case metals (steel and two-tone), and tie and arm band choices. Through and through, there are 22 confounding combinations.

To be completely candid, after investigating the arrangement there were truly just a small bunch of arrangements that stood apart to my eye. At the point when I originally saw the press discharge for these watches, what promptly leaped out at me weren’t the actual watches, yet the development within them.

With the MT5641, Tudor has another in-house type in its tool stash, and it’s one with a pretty fun list of capabilities. To begin with, similar to the brand’s other production developments, it’s in fact strong. You get 70 hours of force hold, a silicon hairspring, and COSC confirmation. Second, it’s attractive in such a cool mechanical way, and with the Glamor Double Date you can really see it through an open case back (don’t shroud your developments, Tudor). Furthermore, third, with a little seconds complication at six and a two-window huge date at 12, there’s an establishment for a ton of truly extraordinary plans down the line. The one drawback to this new type is that it’s very thick at 7.41 millimeters, which implies it’s not ideal for genuine dress plans, but rather it could be an extraordinary fit for watches that ride the line among game and dress.  

The accomplishment of the new Glamor Doubt Date arrangement stays not yet clear, particularly in the States. It’s fairly telling that the watch was revealed in Hong Kong (with David Beckham close by), and that in the US the watches will be accessible through unique request, so the center might be Asia all things considered. Notwithstanding, I welcome Tudor taking advantage of the remainder of their list and expanding past the Black Bay line. There’s a ton there to investigate. Pricing begins at $3,200 (steel case and calfskin tie) and moves from there.  Tudor