Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Tudor Glamour Day-Date

I had a Tudor Black Bay and was impressed by its built. Although I have sold the Black Bay (but recently got one back in a trade), the Tudor brand was etched in me. No doubt Tudor uses standard ETA movements, this probably made the brand more affordable and future service will not be too hard on the wallet also.
As I was in the market for a dressier watch (after having too many Divers and Sport watches), I looked to the Tudor Glamour line. The full steel piece was an obvious choice. But when placed alongside the half-gold model with a thin gold bezel ring, the latter shines literally.
I may not be a fan of two-tone watches but I must say this one was executed perfectly, the steel and gold in perfect unison!

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