With the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in full swing, it's the perfect opportunity to highlight TUDOR’s Royal collection.
The name Royal was first used by TUDOR in the 1950s to emphasise the superior quality of its watches. This name was re-introduced in 2020 with the launch of the current sports-chic Royal collection. With TUDOR's heritage in mind, the Royal range offers self-winding sport-chic watches with integrated bracelets that are as affordable as they are uncompromising. Boasting first-class technical performance and a refined aesthetic, this line sits at the crossroads between classic and sports watches.
The TUDOR Royal range is the ultimate in balance, elegance and versatility. The characteristic notched bezel, with its alternating surface polish and cut grooves, is just one of the design details that give the Royal its unique personality. With its integrated metal bracelet ensuring an uninterrupted line with the case, TUDOR Royal embodies fluidity and unmistakable style. Characterised by its three wide satin-brushed links set between two slimmer polished elements, the smooth quality of its surfaces and edges emphasises the importance that TUDOR places on ensuring its comfort on the wrist.
The TUDOR Royal range has adopted the sunray motif for its dials. Available in black, silver, champagne-colour or blue, the sunray motif radiates from the centre of the dial, creating elegant lighting effects and reflections that accentuate the chic character of the Royal. The range is completed by a diamond-set mother-of-pearl version for the smallest diameter. For a final touch of chic, TUDOR has added applied Roman numeral hour markers to its TUDOR Royal watches. All dials offer these applied numerals, which can be replaced by eight diamond-set hour markers.