Tudor steals the crown

Honestly I have to agree with this assessment. Rolex rolled out some great timepieces this year but Tudor really stepped up to the plate with theirs.

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39mm is too small IMHO, while the trend to smaller watches is real (and i own a BB58 925), a watch like this needs to be a bit larger I feel. 41mm.... take my money

Agreed. Tudor made what people wanted, Rolex made what Rolex wanted.

I think both brands had some nice releases, I particularly liked the 1908 from Rolex. The BB 58 GMT was the standout from Tudor if you ask me.

ImNevix

I think both brands had some nice releases, I particularly liked the 1908 from Rolex. The BB 58 GMT was the standout from Tudor if you ask me.

I was just saying this haha. The platinum 1908 with the blue dial was just gorgeous.

yepPaul

39mm is too small IMHO, while the trend to smaller watches is real (and i own a BB58 925), a watch like this needs to be a bit larger I feel. 41mm.... take my money

I agree, I think they should have offered it in both sizes. But for our small wristed friends I鈥檓 happy they can rock a GMT without being weighed down.

nick_jabroni

I was just saying this haha. The platinum 1908 with the blue dial was just gorgeous.

One of those on the if I win a big lottery list. I loved the dial color and the guillochage rice-grain pattern is fantastic.

ImNevix

One of those on the if I win a big lottery list. I loved the dial color and the guillochage rice-grain pattern is fantastic.

Oh definitely

They're definitely trying to position Tudor to be the new Rolex.

CityHunter

They're definitely trying to position Tudor to be the new Rolex.

It does seem that way a bit. Time will tell though.

yepPaul

39mm is too small IMHO, while the trend to smaller watches is real (and i own a BB58 925), a watch like this needs to be a bit larger I feel. 41mm.... take my money

But there is already a 41mm Black Bay GMT. 馃