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Thread: Taste for Tudors

  1. #51
    Master Shakespeare's Avatar
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    My two:



    I really wish I could have afforded to buy up a load of classic Tudors a few years ago when they were at the bottom of the market. I wanted to do it.

  2. #52
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    Love my Heritage Chrono




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  3. #53
    Master
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    Just the one Tudor in my stable but I love it. My work beater, in a high risk environment, and just feels tough and secure.

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  4. #54
    Master
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakespeare View Post
    My two:



    I really wish I could have afforded to buy up a load of classic Tudors a few years ago when they were at the bottom of the market. I wanted to do it.
    I can see the ETA Pelagos being a future classic, trading around the £1800 mark at the moment... I can quite easily see the same being said about them in years to come as we do now about the Tudor subs. Itís easy to keep looking back but we forget thereís watches/cars etc out there now for cheap that will be the same as the expensive stuff we reminisce over today.

    The Pelagos canít be far off due being discontinued by now surely, or at least due a serious update/change.

  5. #55
    Great looking pieces.

    I really enjoy the Tudors, will probably own one somehwere down the road.

  6. #56
    Craftsman
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    Great investment, The is significant and renewed interest in the Tiger
    Quote Originally Posted by silvergrey View Post
    I've owned this Tiger Prince Date for four years and still enjoy its style and rarity; I keep returning to the idea of a Tudor Submariner 79190 to join it (or replace, I'm undecided...).
    I have to say that the niche vibe of pre-millennial Tudors is a big part of the appeal.



    Suggestions on the best UK sources for Tudor Sub appreciated.

  7. #57
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    I'm late to the party, but here is my Tiger chronograph is steel/gold:


    My 76200 day/date with the uncommon factory california dial


    My "post Tiger" chronograph with grey dial and black subdials:



    My 89190 40mm Hydronaut with blue mother of pearl dial that I sold a few years ago and really really regret doing so.


    I'm still looking to add another Hydronaut to my in any color other than silver (I have one of those en-route from Italy)

    I'm a huge fan of the late 90's - mid 2000's Tudors.

    James

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    Quote Originally Posted by notenoughwrists View Post
    And the steel bezel Black Bay is another sleeper - get it off the bracelet and add some colour, it becomes really really nice.




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    Love that steel bezel.

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    My Hydronaut II


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