Tudor brings its in-house movement to a new dress watch

An elegant complement to its utility-inspired siblings.
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Tudor Glamour Double Date

You don't typically think of dress watches when you think of Tudor, but the brand has had made some dressier additions to its lineup over the years and now they're adding another stylish new model: the Glamour Double Date. A versatile watch for any occasion, the new Glamour features a large double window date at 12 o'clock, a 42mm stainless steel case, and of course, a MT5641 in-house automatic movement with a 70-hour power reserve. 

The watch is now available and comes in a variety of variants including diamond-studded models with a bracelet or without. 

From $3,200, tudorwatch.com

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