Tudor unveils the North Flag, featuring their first in-house movement

Rolex's little brother has got some big news to share.
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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. 


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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.

Via Hodinkee

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