Photo: Tudor

Photo: Tudor

Though the Black Bay dominated watch news headlines, Tudor had a number of other new releases worth nothing. One of our favorites is a watch that throws it back to the subtle glamour of designs from the '50s, '60s, and '70s with the Style Fluted Bezel line. 

We can't take our eyes off the gold bezel/stainless steel combos, a design signature that can be found throughout Tudor's history. The watches are available in a variety of cases sizes that include 41mm styles (above) with steel or 18ct fluted bezels. Movement is an automatic TUDOR calibre 2824 with 38 hour power reserve.

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