Tudor 2015 Spring North Flag

Tudor Watch Company presents the latest “North Flag” watch. Boasting a 40mm stainless steel case,

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Tudor Watch Company presents the latest “North Flag” watch. Boasting a 40mm stainless steel case, the latest “North Flag” watch features bright yellow accents along the power reserve indication and the running seconds hand, which contrast brightly against the matte-black dial and white hour marks. Representing the first Tudor watch to be a COSC-certified chronometer, the North Flag watch features a newly-developed in-house caliber to produce a modern and highly technical piece of machinery. A steel bracelet or a matte leather bracelet equips the Tudor North Flag watch, finishing the simple, yet elegant aesthetic. Anticipate further news on the Tudor North Flag watch in the near future and head over to Tudor’s online site for more.

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