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Versatile, sleek and innovative are just some words that best describe Tudor’s new Pelagos 39. A traditional mechanical watch that’s elevated in a compact style with an edge of refined elegance.
Tudor didn’t hold back when it designed the Pelagos 39 as a diver’s watch as well. Appreciate the beautiful sun-ray finishes on the dial and bezel insert up close. In combination with the brushed satin case, these features instantly qualify this as a collector’s timepiece.
The T-fit clasp on the titanium bracelet allows for rapid length adjustment. It offers up to five different positions, so you can do it all by yourself without the need for tools. It also packs a 25mm diver’s bracelet extension, if you ever decide to wear it over your wetsuit while diving.
Another plus point? The monobloc luminescent ceramic hour markers allow for enhanced visibility, and that’s always an important element to ensure accuracy while tracking time underwater.
Aside from meeting industry-grade standards, its Manufacture Calibre MT5400 has an impressive 70-hour power reserve. This means you can switch to a weekend timepiece on Friday night and put it back on come Monday morning without the need to manually adjust the time.
And in case you didn’t know, this new timepiece isn’t only for men. Because with the smaller 39 mm case size, women can finally get in on the action as well. In comparison, earlier models were all 42 mm, which could be a tad big for the ladies to wear as an everyday piece.
Each Pelagos 39 comes with two straps. One is the full brushed satin titanium bracelet with Tudor’s T-fit clasp for a seamless look and feel all around. The other, a rubber strap with an extra diver’s extension included in the box.
The unisex timepiece ticks all the right boxes for daily wear and technical diving, made even better with a decent price point of SGD6100. Available at all Tudor boutiques and official retailers, would the Pelagos 39 be your next do-it-all watch for the everyday?