Tudor’s History of Chronographs

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Tudor’s History of Chronographs

Post by koimaster » October 18th 2020, 12:15am

It was 50 years ago this year that Tudor presented its first chronograph to the market: the seminal Oysterdate Series 7000 (you may also know it as the “Homeplate”, its nickname among watch enthusiasts). Since the Homeplate’s launch, Tudor has also periodically released a generous selection of chronographs that have very much become horological icons in their own right. To celebrate half a century of Tudor chronographs, and the introduction of the company’s newest models, The Hour Glass is exploring the company’s extensive catalogue, from the original Oysterdate to today’s contemporary iterations.

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