Tudor Pelagos LHD

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Tudor is taking it back to the '70s with its latest Pelagos, the LHD (Left Hand Drive). The watch is a perfect mix of modern and vintage with a style that pays tribute to the watches that were customized for the French Navy's left-handed divers. 

The titanium watch moves the crown to the left of the watch and the bezel and indexes get tweaked with beige luminescent markings while the "Pelagos" name gets updated in red print. The date window also gets updated with even numbers that are displayed in red while odd numbers are displayed in black. Movement is their Tudor-manufactured MT5612, which features a 70-hour power reserve.


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