Tudor Pelagos Replica Diving Watch

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A magnificent example of a tool watch and symbol of adventure, the Pelagos is one of the most complete traditional mechanical divers’ watches available today. Waterproof to 500 m (1,640 ft), the Pelagos is fitted with TUDOR Manufacture calibre. It is also available in a “left-handed” version.

Titanium bracelet with folding clasp and safety catch in steel with bracelet extension system developed and patented by TUDOR The Spirit of Pelagos Discover the spirit of the TUDOR Pelagos and the other models within the range.

The Tudor Pelagos Replica is a function-oriented diving watch with a linear design and robust technology. The Genevan manufacturer and Rolex daughter company Tudor brought this watch to the market in 2012. It has a water resistance of 500 m (50 bar) and was outfitted with the ETA caliber 2824 until 2015.

The Pelagos is a newer addition to the Tudor family of watches. Its name, Pelagos, comes from the Greek word for sea. The model was first released in 2012 as part of a completely revamped line-up of the brand’s dive watches.

The Tudor Pelagos is Tudor’s highest-end diver, featuring their greatest depth rating, top-notch materials, and in the new version we’re looking at today, it also features Tudor’s first in-house movement, the MT5612. Couple those with this stunning new matte blue replica watch

The Tudor Pelagos Rolex’s sister company released its first official dive watch (the Tudor Submariner) around the exact same time that Rolex released its inaugural Submariner reference. Both models were very similar in design, with the main difference between the two watches being the movement that beats within the case.