Swiss watchmaker Tutor‘s latest elegant offering builds off familiar models but introduces new in-house mechanics and unique design changes. The 42mm Glamour Double Date Watch timepiece features a sub-seconds dial and two big windows that display the time on the top center of the dial. This is a first for the Tudor Manufacture Calibre family.
It’s powered by the caliber MT5641 movement, a new Manufacture Calibre developed by Tudor with a silicon balance spring, a 70-hour power reserve, and a certification by the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC). There are four main variations to the watch: a silver timepiece with yellow gold-plated hour markers, a black piece with rhodium-plated yellow gold-plated hour markers, a champagne color with yellow gold-plated hour markers, and finally, an opaline version with blued indices, with or without diamonds. With dials, bands and materials, there are up to 22 possible combinations to choose from.
The steel versions on a strap start at $3,200 while prices range up to $4,425 USD, not including the $725 USD up-charge to include dials with diamond hour markers.