With outstanding quality, the Tudor P01 (BlackBayP01) watch was pre-selected by the jury for the 2019 GrandPrixd’Horlogerie de Genève ‘Challenge’ candidate list . The award is for watches that cost less than four thousand Swiss francs.
In 2019, Tudor added another member of the Biwan series, and launched the P01 (BlackBayP01) watch, which opened a little-known page in its magnificent history. This watch is inspired by Tudor’s legendary prototype watch specially developed for the US Army Dive Watch Program in the late 1960s. While integrating the spirit of contemporary sports, it also inherits the daring spirit of bold exploration in previous research and development projects. The Tudor Biwan P01 model follows the design of the winding crown at 4 o’clock in the prototype model and re-enables the hinged end link common in the representative model of 1960. It is worthy of both design and craftsmanship for diving and marine watches A masterpiece of essence.
The Tudor Biwan P01 watch is equipped with the original high performance Tudor movement MT5612. It is equipped with a 70-hour power reserve and a silicon balance spring. It is crafted with the purest traditional watchmaking craftsmanship in Switzerland. Independent timing function, implements the quality concept of the Tudor watch, and is certified by the Swiss Official Observatory (COSC).
Tudor is an award-winning Swiss luxury watch brand. The mechanical watches produced are exquisite, elegant, precise and reliable, and are of excellent quality. The origins of Tudor can be traced back to 1926, and the founder of Rolex, Hans Wilsdorf, registered the trademark ‘TheTUDOR’. In 1946, he founded MontresTUDORSA, the watch produced by Rolex respected the concept of quality, but the price is more acceptable. Since its inception, Tudor has been worn by brave and fearless people. Today, the flagship series of the Tudor series includes Pelagos, BlackBay, Glamour and 1926 series. Since 2015, Tudor has launched original mechanical movements with different functions.
Tudor and Geneva Fine Watch Awards
The Geneva Haute Horlogerie Awards is an annual event in the watch industry. The awards ceremony has been held since 2001 and attracts industry leaders, celebrities and celebrities to participate in the festival every year, which is quite famous internationally. In 2013, Tudor participated in the competition for the first time and won the ‘Revival’ Prize with the famous Tudor Biwan diving watch. In 2015, it relied on Pelagos, a masterpiece of the brand’s functional watches. The diving watch won the ‘SportsWatch’ Prize. The highly acclaimed BlackBayBronze and BlackBayChrono watches followed closely, and won the ‘PetiteAiguille’ Prize in 2016 and 2017, respectively.