Watches aren’t merely accessories that tell time; they also reveal one’s personality and way of living. With high precision and top-notch quality, Tudor watches carry opulence that doesn’t require a whopping amount of money to pay for more than what it’s worth. Explore our collection of Tudor models including luxury watches and chronograph watches available in Singapore below!


Tudor Singapore: Designed for Performance, Engineered for Elegance

Founded in 1926 by Rolex father Hans Wilsdorf, Tudor was registered as a sister company to Rolex. Currently based in Geneva, Switzerland, the Swiss timepiece manufacturer commits itself to craft classic and modern-style watches equipped with premium mechanics akin to Rolex watches at a slightly lower price point.

Despite engineering a diverse selection of timepieces, Tudor is renowned for tool watches that have been of service to professional divers and military members. The iconic Tudor Submariner was purveyed to divers in the US Navy SEALs and the French Navy between the 60s and 80s before it was discontinued in 1999. Not only that, but Tudor also made history during a British scientific expedition in Greenland with 26 of its Oyster Princes back in 1952.

Today, Tudor is easily recognised by the red shield logo as well as a rose icon on its watches’ winding crown. With its most recent #BornToDare campaign, the brand is indeed exhibiting their strongest capabilities in producing robust watches that can endure all challenges. Some of their most voguish watch collections include Tudor Heritage, Pelagos, North Flag, Claire de Rose, as well as Style.

Tudor Heritage Black Bay

Gone are the days when the emblematic Oyster Prince Submariners were the first-ever dive watches that made a breakthrough in Tudor’s history. Fortunately, the shadows of the Submariners are still existent in the modern series Black Bay, most prominently on the domed sapphire glass, large crown, and the iconic snowflake hands - an element that is often incorporated into diving watches. The Tudor Black Bay Ref 79230 is equipped with Calibre MT5602 - the watchmaker’s first in-house calibre. As a certified chronometer, it is a self-winding, automatic, and analogue movement that features a bidirectional rotor. Thanks to its transversal bridge over the balance wheel in the calibre, this Tudor watch ensures great shock resistance and time precision.

Tudor Pelagos

The Pelagos is another favourite watch among divers. What makes it even more of a charm is when Tudor released the left-hand version of the Pelagos in 2016. With a titanium and steel case as its solid foundation, the watch has a water resistance capability of up to 500 meters and a power reserve of 70 hours. It is powered by Tudor’s in-house calibre MT5612, which is synchronised by a variable inertia oscillator with silicon balance spring, positioned by a traversing bridge attached to both sides. Sophistication and classiness - encapsulate what a Pelagos watch represents.

Tudor North Flag

Designed with a 40 mm stainless steel case and matte-ceramic rim around the bezel, the North Flag came to birth from the influence of Patek Philippe Nautilus and Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. As compared to the Black Bay and Pelagos collections, the North Flag is sort of a minimalist spin by Tudor. It is a no-frills watch spotted with yellow accents that give a striking contrast to the black dial. Look underneath it, the back case of the watch is transparent, giving you a close look at the movement and rotor. Tudor North Flag is available on either a steel bracelet or a matte leather strap, both of which promise a sleek modern look.

How much does a Tudor watch cost?

As the more affordable version of a Rolex watch, a Tudor watch normally comes with a reasonable price tag for the value and features it offers; the cheapest being Tudor 1926 Opaline Dial Automatic Ladies’ Watch while the priciest being Tudor Pre-owned Oyster Prince Automatic Dial Men’s Watch.

Other than Tudor watches, other luxury watches such as Rolex, Tag Heuer, Cartier, Longines, Tissot and more are available at iPrice Singapore as well.