Hans Wilsdorf created the Montres TUDOR SA Company in 1946, twenty years after it has been registered, to offer watches with the quality and dependability of a Rolex at a more accessible price point.

Throughout their history, TUDOR watches have been chosen by the boldest adventurers and seasoned professionals alike. Today, the TUDOR collection includes emblematic models such as Black Bay, Pelagos, Glamour and 1926.

Heritage Black Bay

Heritage Black Bay is available in three versions, each with its own identity. Featuring a burgundy red bezel, black dial, pink gold hands and indexes and a cream-colored luminous glow, the original TUDOR Heritage Black Bay captivates with its soft, warm patina of antique watches.

Black Bay GMT

The famous Diver Watch TUDOR Heritage Black Bay is also available with a GMT function that allows you to adjust the local time while keeping track of the time of the other two time zones. This model was presented at the Baselworld 2018. The Black Bay GMT with a manufacture movement caliber MT5652 stands out with its striking bezel in bordeaux and blue.

Black Bay Bronze

This collection is aesthetically related to the bronze used for historical ships and diving equipment. The result is the visual effect of a patinated object that may have fought the waves of his wearer's wrist for many years and seems to be shaped by him and his lifestyle.

Black Bay Fifty-Eight

With this model in the Black Bay line TUDOR honors the first divers watches of the mark with a wristwatch, whose dimensions correspond to those at that time. The Black Bay Fifty-Eight is equipped with a new TUDOR manufacturing movement and is suitable for narrow wrists as well as lovers of classic models.

Black Bay Chrono / S&G

TUDOR derived the characteristic aesthetic elements of the Heritage Black Bay Chrono model from its history. The shape and the curved dial and watch glass refer to the first TUDOR diver's watch.

Black Bay S&G

The Black Bay line is Tudor's most distinctive collection. To make you look more elegant, it is also available in a stylish steel and gold version.

Black Bay Dark

The typical features of the Heritage Black Bay Dark model focus on the 41 mm stainless steel case, which has been coated with a black coating in the PVD process (Physical Vapor Deposition).

Black Bay Steel

The Black Bay Steel has an elaborately brushed steel bezel. A ceramic or aluminium bezel was deliberately omitted to make it even more unique.

Black Bay 32 / 36 / 41

The Black Bay line is the result of a subtle blend of traditional aesthetics and modern watchmaking. It is far from an identical reissue of a classic. It unites TUDOR diver's watches for more than 60 years and at the same time is consistently anchored in the present.


Tudor follows its own path with the Pelagos, combining style with technical performance. The Pelagos, which is waterproof to a depth of 500 metres, combines technology and innovation.

Clair de Rose

The Claire de Rose collection deliberately addresses an elegant audience. With its simple design and classic look, it is Tudor's most elegant timepiece.

Black Bay P01

TUDOR presents the Black Bay P01. Based on a legendary prototype developed in the late 1960s and offered to the US Navy, this watch reveals a little-known aspect of brand history.


The brand TUDOR was first registered in 1926 by Hans Wilsdorf. For this reason, the collection carries this name. It captures the philosophy of TUDOR and follows the path it has already taken since its introduction - with technically and aesthetically high-quality wristwatches of boundless sophistication.


The sporty chronograph collection is only available in ceramic. The light and scratch-resistant case material makes an unmistakable statement.


Inspired by the past and revived in the present. Here you will find the so-called Re-Edition's timeless classics.

North Flag

In 1952 the British wore a Tudor for the North Greenland expedition. To support them, Hans Wilsdorf made 30 watches for the expedition team. To honour the explorers, Tudor named an entire collection "North Flag".