Don't ask me about the name of this watch because I wouldn't be able to supply you with an answer. However, this is not a bad looking watch. In addition it is available in 4 sizes, clearly some are more gendered than others. The watch is available in a 28mm, 34mm, 38mm, and 41 mm cases. Using a variety of finishes Tudor has excelled in the area of modern design. With a plain dial with and, unfortunately, black on white date wheel, this new watch is, as Tudor puts it: "A contemporary expression of elegance and refinement." This is not an understatement. The movement is the same as all of their new watches for 2014, the calibre 2824, which is just an ETA 2824 + extra decoration. Is this a negative? No, because the movement is reliable and it will keep time just as well as any in-house movement. Would in-house have been nice? Sure, but it shouldn't keep anyone from purchasing the watch. Tudor has had such a great year at Baselworld 2014 that they shouldn't have any trouble keeping up with the competition.
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