I am new to this forum, and I do already love it!
I have a question that I hope I will get answered.
I have a Tudor 76200 which got a dial change in 2019, at the same time the AD changed the hands of the watch which followed the dial.
The dial was bought from Tudor AD and is a pretty rare dial that occurred in some Tudor 76214. The dial cost about 1100 USD, including change of the dial.
I have also a Tudor Hydronaut 89190, bought 2010 in Hong Kong. The Hydronaut was introduced in 1999 and is the follower of Tudor Submariner. Tudor Submariners in the 90s used to have white gold hands.
I have realized that when sunshine hits the dials, then the hands of the watches reacts/reflects different. The hands of the day date reflects like a normal cheap Seiko Skx, but the Hydronaut reacts/reflects very beautifully.
So my question is, do you somebody here know what material is used in the hands of these two watches. Is it rhodium plated white gold, rhodium plated stainless steel or something else? The hands reacts/reflects different, so I guess they are made of different materials. I can't wear any gold, that is why i ask this question, and I hope somebody here has the answer. Or is it possible to contact Tudor in any way to get an answer from them?
Have a nice day. :)