Does anyone know the lug to lug distance for the new and ubercool Tudor PO1 ?
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    Does anyone know the lug to lug distance for the new and ubercool Tudor PO1 ?

    I cant find any mention of the lug to lug distance for the UBERcool new Tudor PO1. I wonder why all these `writers` for blogs and websites didnt bother to bring a tape measure or callipers if they are reviewing or posting on a watch. All those `hands on` posts seem rather pointless without that data ( also case heigth and slab heigth ) especially for a controversial piece like this one.
    It could be the lugs only appear to be very long but on some wrist shots they seem okay and the watch fits nicely. Maybe that information was embargoed by Tudor ?

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    Re: Does anyone know the lug to lug distance for the new and ubercool Tudor PO1 ?

    Each lug has separate post/zip codes

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    Re: Does anyone know the lug to lug distance for the new and ubercool Tudor PO1 ?

    May not be as bad as you think, the bezel is covered top and bottom and that gives you a false impression, it does not look much bigger than the black bay bronze side by side on the Tudor website


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    Re: Does anyone know the lug to lug distance for the new and ubercool Tudor PO1 ?

    The gap is 3.7 turdules. It's a new unit of measurement Tudor invented specifically for this watch.
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    Re: Does anyone know the lug to lug distance for the new and ubercool Tudor PO1 ?

    It's actually not a bad looking watch if it didn't have those endlinks and if you were legally blind
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    Re: Does anyone know the lug to lug distance for the new and ubercool Tudor PO1 ?



    Oh, and it's called the POS1.
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    Re: Does anyone know the lug to lug distance for the new and ubercool Tudor PO1 ?

    Quote Originally Posted by TallWatch View Post
    I cant find any mention of the lug to lug distance for the UBERcool new Tudor PO1.
    The lug to lug is UBERlong.
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    Re: Does anyone know the lug to lug distance for the new and ubercool Tudor PO1 ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnar_917 View Post
    Each lug has separate post/zip codes
    I’d measure the lug to lug but I only have half a tank of gas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6R15 View Post
    It's actually not a bad looking watch if it didn't have those endlinks and if you were legally blind
    True, it wouldn't be a bad watch if it...........was a different watch.

    As for the OP, let me check Google maps and I'll get back to you pronto. If you decide to check for yourself, leave a trail of bread crumbs or take an air horn or something just in case you get lost.
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    Re: Does anyone know the lug to lug distance for the new and ubercool Tudor PO1 ?

    Answer is simple. 10 miles
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