Interesting issue on BB58

Hello everyone. Woke up to put my watch on this morning and the 4oclock hour marker was missing and had moved up to the 12 position. No drops or anything. The watch is 3 weeks old. Good thing I got it from an AD and they said they would replace the watch for me.

Ouch

Wow well ok馃槵

I think someone else has had this problem on their Tudor and posted here

That鈥檚 great they鈥檒l sort it out for you. I had a similar experience and the AD swapped the bad one for an identical new one on the spot. Still, it鈥檚 jarring to see something so symmetrical and beautiful marred and out of balance.

That's unnerving for even those of us who've not had the same issue with their BB58. I would hope they might do something extra on top of replacement to show good faith.

Wow! Glad the AD will replace it!!馃憤馃徎 still kinda sucks though鈥

Not what you want to see. Pull out the crown to stop the movement and prevent anything worse from happening with the loose part in there.

Oof!

Search YouTube for "quality issues with Tudor Black Bay 58" Shocking amount of content for a brand with such a good reputation.

Maybe they use some kind of bad glue... Just this defect / accident IS one thing I am afraid will happen to some of my watches, some cloudy day... Brrrr!

But my over 30 years old "grail" or dream watches from Casio work still purrfect!

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Search YouTube for "quality issues with Tudor Black Bay 58" Shocking amount of content for a brand with such a good reputation.

Forums are littered with worse quality control issues, mainly their 鈥渋n house鈥 Kenessi movements completely stopping. Though unlikely, if I buy another Tudor, it would be the ones with the ETA movement.

That's bad four-king luck, pleased you got it sorted.

I had QC issues with my Tudor Ranger. Tudor definitely seems to make some duds, but they will fix watches under warranty. Buy from an AD if you get a Tudor.

So鈥hat begs the question: what do you think the chances are the same thing will happen to my new Duro for which I paid $11.00 on discount? Yeah鈥robably zero. This happening to a watch that cost thousands is outrageous.

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I think someone else has had this problem on their Tudor and posted here

I鈥檝e seen multiple posts on various forums. Same problem.

Hmm, I鈥檝e read bad experiences from some owners, which makes me move away from pre-owned Tudors (BB, GMT, 41); if I finally decide to, I鈥檒l get it from an AD & feel safer.

It is good that they鈥檇 replace rather than just repair.