Tudor

Pelagos

TUD-M25707B-0001 Price on request

Developed in collaboration with the French Navy, the Pelagos FXD was designed based on a set of specifications that are as precise as they are demanding. For this reason, it includes many functional features that are new to TUDOR, to withstand the requirements of the French Navy’s combat swimmers, the prestigious Commando Hubert.

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Technical Details
Collection

pelagos

Reference

M25707B/22-0001

Description

Bidirectional rotating bezel, Navy blue fabric strap

material

titanium Steel And Titanium

Case

Titanium case, 42 mm in diameter, 12.75 mm thick, 52 mm from lug to lug, satin-brushed finish, fixed bracelet bars, steel case back

Bezel

Bidirectional rotating bezel in titanium with ceramic disc, 60-minute retrograde graduation for navigation by successive stages

Bracelet

Fabric strap with self-gripping fastening system, navy blue with grey central thread. Additional navy blue rubber strap with woven motif and titanium buckle, included in the box

Movement

Manufacture Calibre MT5602 (COSC) Self-winding mechanical movement with bidirectional rotor system

Dial

Navy blue

Crystal

Sapphire crystal

Waterproofness

Waterproof to 200 m (660 ft)

Rmc

M25707B-0001

Model Case

TUDOR pelagos

Winding Crown

Titanium crown, adorned with the TUDOR shield in relief

TUDOR has once again chosen to join forces with the French Navy (also known as the Marine nationale), continuing a relationship that dates back to 1956. The Pelagos FXD model is aesthetically inspired by the TUDOR divers’ watches historically used by the French Navy, while staying true to the specific requirements of the method known as “underwater navigation”, one of the specialities of combat swimmers.

Its navy blue dial and characteristic Snowflake hands increases the intensity of the luminescence of its watches in poor light conditions, while its rotating bezel features a large bezel ring that allows for optimum grip, even in underwater conditions. To highlight the official collaboration between Tudor and the French Navy, its case back bears the logo of the Marine nationale brand composed of an anchor topped with a sailor’s hat, as well as a historically inspired engraving of the initials “M.N” and its year of issue.

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