The new Pelagos is, well, better than the old version.
There don't really start on the outside (with the exception of the new blue dial Pelagos). Other than the new dial and bezel color, the only other change is the wall of text at six. What's up with that? Is all that information truly necessary? For those wondering, it states:
So no, all that information was not necessary. I would say we can eliminate the name of the watch, "officially certified", and "rotor self-winding". That would leave us with:
In my opinion, this is a bit more manageable. Anyway, enough about the outside. On the inside is the new MT5612, another in-house movement. The difference between this and the MT5621 (found in the Tudor North Flag) is the lack of power reserve indicator on the 5612. I've included a screenshot detailing all of the specs. of the new movement below. Other than that, the new watch is basically the same. Although the pictures show only rubber straps, the two watches also have steel bracelets. tudorwatch.com
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