Posts Tagged ‘ tudor ’

Where are the updates? I’m at Fratellowatches!

Where are the updates? I’m at Fratellowatches!

If you wondered why there haven’t been updates at in2watches.com lately, the answer is here. I’ve teamed up as a contributor with Fratellowatches. Fratellowatches is currently the 4th largest blog on wristwatches in the world and I was honored to have the possibility to join long-time watch friend Robert-Jan Broer and photographer Bert Buijsrogge....
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Baselworld 2014; new Tudor models

Baselworld 2014; new Tudor models

For 2014 Tudor has four novelties; three new watches/lines and a book on the history of the brand. Of course the blue bezelled version of the Black Bay is nice and certainly a different appearance compared to the burgundy. However the model which struck me most was the Tudor Ranger. Being a fan of...
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Tudor, Heritage Chronograph – ref 70330N

Tudor, Heritage Chronograph – ref 70330N

A very attractive chronograph and a true ‘hommage’ to the same Tudor model from the early seventies. This is a complete set (inner- and outer box, protective carton, booklet, certificate in sheath, Tudor NATO-style strap, stainless steel bracelet) originally supplied in July 2011 in The Netherlands through an official Tudor dealer. The watch is...
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Baselworld 2013, day one

Baselworld 2013, day one

Today was the official opening of the fair to the public. Which I passed; one opening a fair seems enough for me. Besides that I have to start here with finishing yesterday, after I posted the ‘day zero’ article I was at the (first ever) Tudor bloggers press conference. Besides the new (mainly chronograph)...
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Tudor becomes official timing partner for Ducati

Tudor becomes official timing partner for Ducati

On the last day of last month, Tudor and Ducati announced their cooperation on timing. I have a weak spot for both brands, however I can’t see exactly what Tudor is going to add to Ducati in terms of timing. Timing in motorsports – well in any of todays sports – is nothing about...
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