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Tudor Pelagos

The Tudor Pelagos collection will accompany you to depths of up to 500 metres. Simple, sporty and yet elegant, the Pelagos diver's watch adapts perfectly to your lifestyle.  More

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The Tudor Pelagos is Tudor's most popular diving watch and will accompany you to depths of up to 500 metres. The prices for pre-owned Tudor Pelagos models are much lower than for a new purchase. Have you found what you are looking for in our range and would you like to buy your Tudor Pelagos with a certificate? Then you either have the option to pay the watch immediately by credit card or PayPal or opt for favourable financing options. On our website, you may like to inquire again in detail about the payment options. For further questions please do not hesitate to contact our customer service team.


Visual and technical features of the Pelagos watches


Introduced in 2012, the design of the Tudor Pelagos strongly resembles the look of the legendary Rolex Submariner, yet there are some subtle differences. Unlike the Submariner, the indices, as well as the design of the hands, are square in shape. Of course, the Pelagos models, as it is typical for all divers watches, have a uni-directional rotating bezel with a striking triangle at 12 o'clock. The bezel is smooth and not rippled on the edge, so it gets a straightforward design and looks simpler than its big brother. In addition, the watch also has a date display at three o'clock, but without Cyclops glass. It is the perfect watch for anyone who loves diving adventure, with a water resistance of up to 500 metres, it is a reliable companion everywhere. As all watches with such diving capabilities, the Tudor Pelagos also has a helium outlet valve at 9 o'clock. As a result, invaded helium can safely escape again during the resurfacing process.

Besonders hervorzuheben ist das Modell Tudor Pelagos LHD. It is characterised by a left screwed crown, which was a special request of the French Navy. The divers of the Navy often wore their watches upside down to be able to better operate the bezel, with the crown pointing to the left. In 1970, Tudor created this specialised model only for this purpose.


Tudor Pelagos models and their prices



  • The Tudor Pelagos 25600TN is a splendid men’s watchl with a 42 mm titanium case and bracelet. It is equipped with the calibre MT5612 and, as a diver's watch, waterproof up to 500 metres. This pre-owned Pelagos model costs about €2,800.

  • With an extra rubber strap, the Pelagos 25500TN presents itself classically in a 42 mm titanium case and with a black dial. Its second-hand purchase price is around €3,000.

  • With a blue dial and bezel, the Tudor Pelagos 25600TB may soon make a statement on your wrist for a price of €3,200. The watch has a power reserve of 70 hours and a satin-finished 42 mm case made of titanium and stainless steel. In addition, the titanium bracelet can also be changed to a rubber version.

  • While the Tudor Pelagos LHD 25610TNL has an RRP of €4,150 as a new model, you can buy it at a reasonable price around €3,410 second-hand in the Watchmaster online shop. The model is equipped with the COSC-certified in-house calibre MT5612-LHD, a titanium bracelet and case, and a titanium bezel with a matte black ceramic number disc and screw-down titanium winding crown at 9 o'clock.


Stylish and functional: You can always rely on the Pelagos


Even the French Navy was convinced of the reliability of the Tudor Pelagos collection and used the watches as a faithful companion. David Beckham has also been seen on the arm with his Tudor Pelagos LHD. He proves that this timepiece is not only qualitatively and functionally in the highest league, it is also the perfect piece of jewellery to suit and compliment any outfit.



Other interesting Tudor series


  • The Tudor Black Bay is a classic diver's watch series. It comes with a black dial, which it also owes its name to. The collection is separated into further sub-collections, which can be distinguished by small design features and various functions. The classic Black Bay has a cream to bronze indices and a dark red bezel, while the Black Bay Fifty-Eight comes with a black bezel. The red-blue bezel of the Black Bay GMT is reminiscent of the Pepsi design by Rolex. Those who prefer a more rustic and massive feel might like the Black Bay Chrono Dark. The steel bezel gives the watch a distinctive industrial style.

  • The Tudor North Flag is a simple three-hand watch with a date display at three o'clock. The new collection was launched as a reminder of the legendary model from 1952, which accompanied the explorers of the British North Greenland expedition.

  • With the Fastrider Black Shield, Tudor has an excellent functional watch in its range. It is big, sturdy and striking. The completely black design underlines the masculine design. The fixed, matte bezel has an engraved tachymeter scale. Other functions such as a date display and a small second can be found on the dial.

  • TheClaire de Rose collection from Tudor is a delicate series for women, featuring a round dial and Roman indices. It is simple and depending on the model decorated with diamonds. The bracelet was also taken into account in the development: Delicate or cool as steel bracelet or classic leather bracelet – numerous variants are possible.

  • Another very simple watch is the Tudor Style. The three-hand watch fits perfectly on any occasion, it has delicate Breguet indices and a golden, grooved bezel. At three o'clock it has a small date display. For both men and women, the model is equally popular. It was inspired by the style of the timepieces of the 50s and 60s and thus a true classic.


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