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The Rolex Submariner indeed requires no introduction. It is one of the most popular and coveted diver’s watches in the world. Now:
Rolex also has a brother brand known as Tudor. Although both the brother brands have many similarities between them, Rolex and Tudor have a lot of significant differences as well.
Hans Wilsdorf formed Rolex as the luxuriant brand and Tudor as the less expensive brand. However, Tudor is yet a high-quality Swiss sibling of Rolex.
There are indeed some apparent differences between a Rolex watch and Tudor in terms of design and use of expensive materials. But, the key features that ideally set both apart are their bracelets and movements.
Today, we will be comparing between a Rolex Submariner and Tudor Black Bay, spotlighting their specifications, innovations and interesting features.
Since its introduction in 1953, the Rolex Submariner has been one of the most famous and desirable models on the market. Rolex has upgraded the model over the years, however keeping true to its original design.
Here are some of the defining features of the Rolex Submariner:
The Rolex Submariner flaunts a solid link Oyster bracelet that was introduced in the late 1930s.
Most of the contemporary Rolex Submariner watches run on the self-winding Calibre 3135 mechanical movement.
The COSC-certified Calibre 3135 is more resistant to temperature changes and shocks and also, unaffected by magnetic fields.
Although the watch is designed drawing inspiration from its parent brand –Rolex, the Tudor Black Bay comes with a design and artistry of its own. Introduced in 2012, the model pays tribute to the early dive timepieces of the brand from the 1950s and 1960s.
The key features of the watch include:
More significantly, the exclusive domed dial flaunts a matte finish gilt lettering that offers an impressive retro look.
Tudor fitted the Black Bay with a fixed stainless steel bracelet or a leather band featuring a folding buckle and safety clasp.
Moreover, the Tudor Black Bay models are also available in a woven fabric strap with a buckle. Interestingly, the manufacturer uses the conventional ‘Jacquard’ process for this unique offering.
A COSC-certified Calibre MT5602 powers the modern Tudor Black Bay watches.
Overall, the Rolex Submariner has indeed endured the test of time over the last six decades. This sports timepiece is a classic combination of both design and functionality. Although the Tudor Black Bay may not come with a rich history like that of the Submariner, the watch draws inspiration mainly from the reputable vintage watches.
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