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Tudor: Clair de Rose

Introduced at Baselworld 2017, the new Clair De Rose timepiece is available exclusively in steel with mechanical movements.

Jan 07, 2018 | By Andrea Sim

Manufactured entirely in Switzerland, Tudor welcomes a new model introduced at Basel World 2017, the Clair De Rose (Reference m35800-0002). These models are available in three sizes and six designs. Powered by a self-winding mechanical, calibre 2824 (34 mm) or 2671 (26 or 30 mm) movement with date function, it has a power reserve of approximately 38 hours and is waterproof to 100m.

Tudor Clair de Rose: Classic, Refined and Timeless Spirit

Made to portray a style that is dainty and bold, the Clair de Rose line has been re-imagined for 2017. Based on the brand’s historic aesthetic codes, this emblematic new watch enriches the feminine Clair De Rose with the smooth steel bezel and polished finish.

Encased in a 34mm, 30mm or 26 mm steel case option with polished finish, what’s noteworthy about the Clair De Rose is its prominent steel screw-down winding crown, adorned with a transparent blue spinel cabochon at the side of the gentle curves of its middle case.

The look of the watch has a silvered dial featuring opaline that is further punctuated with blue lacquered Roman numerals or diamonds. The final masterpiece is then fitted with a choice of steel bracelet with folding clasp or black alligator leather strap or fabric strap with buckle.

Inspired by the origins of Tudor with its roots dating back to 1926, the brand has built its reputation over the years by offering watches that respect the traditional Rolex philosophy of quality at a more accessible price point. Many model timepieces produced have faithfully accompanied the boldest adventurers on land, underwater and on ice, the world over ever since.

Visit Tudor’s official website here to view the Clair de Rose watch collection.

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