Precise calibre with enduring power reserve
The stainless steel housing is 34 mm wide. The bezel, also made of stainless steel, is smooth and polished. Behind the watch there is a mechanical movement with a self-winding mechanism. Calibre 2824 has a power reserve of up to 38 hours. The opal-coloured dial is protected by a sturdy sapphire crystal, against which scratches have no chance. The bracelet as well as the strap connections of the Tudor Clair de Rose are made of stainless steel. A safety folding clasp is also attached. The winding crown of the mechanical movement has a transparent blue spinel caochon. The Tudor Clair de Rose has a water resistance of up to 100 metres.
Tudor - Second brand of the renowned watch manufacturer Rolex
Tudor is the second brand of the renowned Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex. Tudor's origins date back to 1926. Here the watch factory "Veuve de Philippe Hüther" registered the Tudor brand on behalf of Hand Wilsdorf. The company headquarters were relocated to Geneva. In 1932, the first Tudor watches appeared in Australia, so that the brand became more and more well-known internationally. In 1946, shortly after the end of the Second World War, the Tudor brand was given its own identity by the founding of "MONTRES TUDOR S.A.". 1947, after the official foundation the development of the still today known logo took place.