Winsor Bishop takes to the Swiss Slopes with Tudor

Earlier this month, Winsor Bishop watch specialist Joe hit the slopes of the stunning Swiss resort, Crans-Montana, with fellow Tudor Ambassadors and company representatives. Thanks to his successful year working with brand, he was one of the small number of Tudor brand specialists to be hand selected to attend the exclusive trip.

Flying into Geneva.

On Friday 1st February, the trip’s packed itinerary commenced with a private visit to Tudor HQ. Joe revealed how the latest models to be designed and made were kept strictly under wraps within the state of the art HQ, even away from the eager eyes of the watch specialists themselves. When asked about the factory visit; Joe highlighted on how impressed he was with the depth of quality control all of the watches must pass through ensuring they reach the Tudor standard. Joe added that he felt the watches offer an outstanding value based on the level of quality reached.

The group set off to the slopes.

Leaving Geneva, the group headed to the idyllic mountain resort, Crans-Montana, where they would spend the rest of the duration of their trip. This lead to Joe’s personal highlight of the trip; a private ski session with the Swiss Academic Ski Club (SAS) - not just your average ski lesson! This was followed by a ski plow ride up 2000m to the ‘Altitude’ venue for dinner with an incredible view.

 

Why Tudor?

All of our watch specialists are passionate about our watch brands. Even more so for those they are ambassadors for. Why Tudor? Joe told us that he admires the history behind the brand, which dates back to 1926. Not only this, but Tudor’s recreation of classic models; connecting the brand to its heritage and this can be seen across a number of the Tudor watch models.

Here at Winsor Bishop, we are proud to hold so much watch expertise within our team, and it was fantastic to have Joe represent us on such an exclusive (and enjoyable!) trip with Tudor. Keep a look out for more watch related news and events coming up soon...