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At Watches and Wonders 2023 the TUDOR Royal welcomes two new dial variants, expanding the already impressive range of options offered by this collection. Here, we explore these new additions.
This year at Watches and Wonders, TUDOR expanded their Royal collection with two new dial colours. This range already offers a wide array of different dial, case and numeral combinations, all of which boast sports-luxury style and first-class technical performance. The new salmon dial is paired with the steel case, while the new chocolate brown dial is offered on the steel and gold model.
The TUDOR Royal is an excellent entry point to the world of luxury watches, offering versatility and reliability at an affordable price point. The Royal name was first adopted by TUDOR in the 1950s to emphasise the superior quality of its watches, a standard the brand maintains to this day. Aesthetically, the collection takes its cues from the sport-chic watches of the 1970s, with a distinctive notched bezel, integrated five-link bracelet, and a decidedly nautical flair.
The two new dials are both radial-brushed, creating a sunray finish that shifts and changes as the wearer moves. The chocolate brown is rich and warm, the perfect complement to the yellow gold bezel of the S&G model. Meanwhile, the salmon is a soft neutral which evokes watchmaking history. As far back as the 1930s, salmon dials have been associated with the most exclusive watches, and have remained popular as a statement of timeless prestige.
Each of these dials is offered with applied Roman numerals, in either gold or steel, for a formal aesthetic. Alternatively, eight of these hour markers can be replaced with diamond indices for a more luxurious style. The new dials are offered for all four case sizes in the collection: 28mm; 34mm; 38mm; or 41mm in diameter.
All these models are powered by supplied self-winding movements, allowing the watches to remain affordable without compromising on quality. The movements feature a 38-hour power reserve and a date display at 3 o’clock. The largest 41mm model also displays the day written out at 12 o’clock.
The TUDOR Royal walks the line between sporty and formal, with a retro aesthetic that suits office attire, elevates evening wear, or adds flair to casual outfits. With the wide range of combinations available, there is a watch here for any wrist size or personal style. The new dials add two warm neutrals, which are highly versatile options. These vintage colours pair beautifully with a wide range of skin tones and outfits, perfect for a watch you plan to wear every day.
With these two new dial colours, TUDOR expands on the chic aesthetic of the Royal line. Any of these watches would make an ideal first watch, or an excellent addition to a more established collection. They present a highly attractive value proposition, embodying versatile sports-luxury style without ever compromising on technical performance.
Here at Winsor Bishop, we are proud to partner with TUDOR. Our showroom offers the perfect environment to explore the new collection with the help of our knowledgeable experts. If you would like to make an appointment, we would invite you to contact us by telephone or via our online contact form.
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