Tudor's transgressions at Baselworld are almost unforgiveable. We've been over this, but it really was that bad. I miss the classic Tudors. the Black Bay line was a cool resurrection of the brand (although I agree wholly about the slab-sides). The BB58 is a purebred, the GMT as well (date issue aside, I think that's been wholly rectified). I think 2020's Tudor novelties will be a defining moment for me in how I view the future of Tudor.
Rolex is staid and reliable.
Tudor is Rolex's younger, sexier, more fun loving sister.
I wouldn't say no to a Rolex but for my money I would buy a Tudor.
“If we could be satisfied with anything, we should have been satisfied long ago.”
But instead they gave us the P01. Yuck. I commend them for doing something different but it’s still whack.
I agree with TJ - Most can forgive them for a bad 2019 but they can’t screw up Basel 2020. It will be a defining year for them.
Core: ALS 1815 Up/Down, AP RO, Breguet Marine, Blancpain FF MilSpec, JLC Master Geo, GO Panomatic, Rolex BLRO, Panerai 688, Rolex Exp2 polar, Cartier Santos XL ADLC, Zenith El Primero tricolor, [Empty Slot]
Secondary: Oris Brashear chrono, Oris 65/42 blue, Oris 65/42 green, Oris 65/40mm, Oris 65 bronze, Rado Capt Cook LE, Seiko Prospex Padi, Doxa 1200T Pro
Others:Tissot T-Touch Expert, Swatch S51, Seagull 1963, Sturmanskie Yuri Gagarin, Fortis Marine Master, G-Shock GMW-B500
FS: Seiko Orange Monster Gen2, Gruppo Gamma Vanguard, Squale Milsub
Gone: Tudor Chrono Heritage, Hamilton Khaki Field, B&R03-92, Seiko SKX007, Orient Sun&Moon, Seagull M172S, Rado Vintage Diver, Hamilton Pan Europ, Orient Mako, Meistersinger Pangaea, IWC Aquatimer, PAM 24, JR Aquascope, Tudor BB Black, Longines Legend Diver, PAM 241, Bernhardt Anchor3, WUS GMT watch, Damasko DB2, Helson Shark Diver, Seiko 5, Ventus Mori Brass, Glycine Airman, Eterna Kon-Tiki, Zelos Gallant, Sinn 103 A sa B
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