Tudor Watches has announced the new Pelagos “39” watch (official model 25407), which they describe as being at the crossroads between technical diving and urban sophistication. The watch features grade 2 titanium and luminescent ceramic composite hour markers, combining Tudor’s professional dive watch heritage with a chic aesthetic. Why 39? The watch features a 39 mm titanium case with a bezel insert made of black ceramic with an enhanced sunray satin finish.
According to Tudor, the Pelagos 39 differs from other Pelagos models, which “perpetuate a purely technical aquatic heritage… while the Pelagos 39 offers a touch of elegance created by the shine of the sunray satin finishes on its dial and the insert on the bezel.” Waterproof up to 200 meters, the Pelagos 39 is powered by Manufacture Caliber MT5400 and has been certified as a chronometer by the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC), with its performance going beyond the standards set by this independent institute. It has a grade 2 titanium screw-down winding crown and a power reserve of approximately 70 hours.
The Tudor Pelagos 39’s suggested retail price is $4,400 and is available at Official Tudor Watch retailers and comes with a five-year guarantee and a complimentary black rubber strap with pin buckle and diver’s extension.
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