Tudor Pelagos and Tudor North Flag @ Baselworld 2015

These two Tudor novelties are equipped with new developed in-house calibres MT5612 and MT5621 with a non-magnetic silicon balance spring and sold for a reasonable price. Not bad at all!

 

We are talking about the Tudor Pelagos and Tudor North Flag… Both watches are equipped with a new in-house developed calibre.

Let´s start with the Tudor Pelagos that will be sold for 3740 Euro including taxes and including both bracelets and the rubber strap extension …

 

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

 

The steel folding clasp features a unique auto-adjustable spring mechanism. This system allows the bracelet to be adjusted during the dive, contracting when the combination is compressed at greater depths, and expanding when the pressure decreases again during the diver’s return to the surface. An additional rubber strap is provided with an extension system making it easily adjustable for all diving conditions.

 

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

Tudor Pelagos

 

The calibre MT 5612 with a non-magnetic silicon balance spring is used for the Pelagos….

 

Manufacture Tudor Calibre
MT5612
Self-winding mechanical movement with bidirectional rotor system
Precision
Self-winding mechanical movement with bidirectional rotor system Precision Swiss Chronometer Officially Certified by the COSC (Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute)
Functions
Centre hour, minute and seconds hands Instantaneous date with rapid setting without non-correction range Stop-seconds for precise time setting
Oscillator
Variable inertia balance, micro-adjustment by screw Non-magnetic silicon balance spring
Frequency 28,800 A/h  = 4 Hz
Total diameter 31.8 mm
Thickness 6.5 mm
Jewels 26 jewels
Power reserve Approximately 70 hours

 

Tudor calibre MT 5612

Tudor calibre MT5612

Tudor calibre MT 5612

Tudor calibre MT5612

Tudor calibre MT 5612

Tudor calibre MT5612

Tudor calibre MT 5612

Tudor calibre MT5612

Tudor calibre MT 5612

Tudor calibre MT5612

Tudor calibre MT 5612

Tudor calibre MT5612

Tudor calibre MT 5612

Tudor calibre MT5612

 

>>> Discover the Tudor North Flag on page 2 >>> 

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. Rainer Fitz says:

    Hi Alexander,
    do you know whether the movements are produced “inhouse” by Rolex?
    Read somewhere that they are “Swiss” which might be a way to say that they are produced by a third party, e.g. by Sellita or ETA.

    More inhouse movements on the watch market means that in 5 or 10 years there is no watchmaker that can repair the watch because they will not have access to spares and as a consequence, everything has to be sent to the manufacturer. After sales service is already a bottleneck today and I am not even commenting the cost ….

    Have a safe trip home!

  2. Guy says:

    These are handsome watches but I like the blue one. The blue is special it glows.

  3. Itai says:

    The blue Pelagos is plain beautiful!

  4. Debashish says:

    These watches are quite affordable and I am sure these Tudors will be quite popular among watch aficionados.