Available on a rubber strap or stainless steel bracelet, the Pelagos is a very handsome watch with a titanium body.
As is typcial to Tudor, the watch looks very understated. Priced at about $4000, I have two problems when I look at buying one. I like the Tudor Monte Carlo which is a re-edition of the Monte Carlo that was available in the 60’s and they are both similarly priced. Secondly, I have this mental handicap when it comes to paying so much for a watch with an ETA movement.
From a style perspective, I would choose the Pelagos over any run-of the mill Rolex Submariner that every man-and-his-dog owns. I am interested to see how popular these watches become.
PS. The links takes you to Tudor’s website. Always seen as the little brother of Rolex, I think Tudor has reinvented itself extremely well.