Dress Watch Fans & Tudor 1926 Owners

Any thoughts on this model? I am not currently in the market for any watch but the 1926 comes to mind when I am thinking of a watch that straddles the sport/dress line, which can be purchased at a "bargain" price on the grey and pre-owned markets. I acknowledge there are plenty of great competitors at the price point but am interested in learning about this model today. Thx.

2 quick comments from me. I used to own the 41mm version, but sold it earlier this year:

  1. It turned out, on reflection, that 41mm is far too big for this style of watch on my 6.75inch wrist;

  2. The lack of micro-adjustment on the clasp was infuriating. I could never get the right fit!

WatchBee

2 quick comments from me. I used to own the 41mm version, but sold it earlier this year:

  1. It turned out, on reflection, that 41mm is far too big for this style of watch on my 6.75inch wrist;

  2. The lack of micro-adjustment on the clasp was infuriating. I could never get the right fit!

Thanks!! Lack of a micro adjustment is a concern for me too but the other way. I鈥檓 usually adding a link or two and use the micros frequently for perfect sizing.

It鈥檚 a nice looking watch. At that price point, I鈥檓 not sure it differentiates enough to be class leading. Probably why it鈥檚 under the radar.

All I can say is that I love mine. I was looking for something different from Tudor and this fit the bill. Too many BB's previously.

The comment about micro adjustments is valid however the bracelet has several half links and imho a quarter link (1/4), half of a half, adjustment is just too small to make a significant difference in fit.

One of the nicest Tudors currently in production imho. 馃憤馃徎

The 1926 is a sweet watch, can be dressed with a variety of straps too to give it a fresh look too.

For a little bit more I would try to track down a Double Date on strap. But it is also a big watch at 42mm.

rkovars

For a little bit more I would try to track down a Double Date on strap. But it is also a big watch at 42mm.

Thanks. Love the double date too. Amazing QPR.

I've had the 1926 on my radar for a while, but never could pull the trigger. Was always looking at the black dial in 39mm, but the white date disc somehow stopped me from going for it.

The white dial looks cool, however, the bigger sizes look a bit "empty" in person somehow imo.

For around the same money you can also have a look at the Glamour Date Day, if you're looking for a dressy Tudor. Totally stupid name, but a really solid watch. Not much hype around it, probably a good thing 馃槈

One thing about the Tudors at this price point is the great bracelet and the really cool clasp 馃憤

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My wife has this one! Its a lovely watch and the blue pops. I had the black one with diamonds, but sold it. Legibility is great on the white versus the black.

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39mm on a leather strap 馃槏