This post isn't meant to be a diss or anything, I like Tudor's designs a lot, and apparently their fit/finish is great, but one problem I have with the Black Bay and Pelagos is that they ask around $4,000 for them, and yet they house basic ETA 2824 movements...
Don't get me wrong, the 2824 is a great movement... But for $4,000 it seems foolish, I mean you can find the
Same movement in $350 watches, and $4,000 can buy a used 8500 movement PO, a used Rolex Sub etc. so what's the deal? Are the movements heavily modified or what? Why did they choose to make such nice, multi thousand dollar watches, and put entry level movements in them?
Once again, not meant to insult anyone, but does anyone know what their reasoning was, and why the watches are Priced so high considering their movements?
A commenter on a YouTube review said something like "The Pelagos looks great but for $4,100, I want some of my money going towards the movement"
Also if this topic has been discussed
Before please lock this thread, Im on my phone because my computer is being serviced by apple, and I'm having trouble using the search function in the mobile site.