Tudor made one of the biggest announcements in the watch world this year with their very own in-house movement and priced it way below their rivals.
Rolex's little brother has officially grown up and has joined the big boys with the new North Flag, a watch powered by Tudor's first ever in-house movement. The company has long used ETA movements in their watches and watch enthusiasts have forever dreamed of a Tudor that contained its own exclusive mechanical.
That day is officially here and is bound to be one of, if not the biggest news at this year's Baselworld tradeshow. The watch itself features a 40mm, 316L stainless steel case that wraps around a matte black dial which features a power reserve indicator and hits of yellow that gives the watch a sportier appearance.
The MT5621 movement is a COSC-certified chronometer and features a 70-hour power reserve. The watch comes with a steel bracelet or leather strap and is priced at...wait for it...$3,550 for the leather strap and $3,675 for the steel. If that's not one of the most impressive deals out there, we don't know what is.
Find out more at tudorwatch.com.