Tudor Pelagos Replica Watch With Blue Dial For Sale UK

The Tudor Pelagos replica uk first came out in 2012 and it hit like a hammer, albeit a light, titanium one! The Pelagos is one of those great watches that, if hard pressed, people recommend as an epic tool watch. For some reason, though, it rarely gets much press these days.

Maybe this is due to the fact that the watch hasn’t changed so much since it was released. Still, high-end copy Tudor added an in-house movement in 2015 and gave us both a blue version and a left-handed “LHD” model in the meantime. The blue ceramic bezel replica Tudor Pelagos brings a lot of Tudor / Rolex Submariner design characteristics to the table and it surprises me that this 42mm watch isn’t more popular. Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad it’s available, but it somehow feels overlooked at times.

Some reckon that the Tudor Pelagos copy is the watch that is closest to what the old Submariner used to represent. It’s simple, well-priced, and has just enough innovation. On the latter point, the self-adjusting clasp is a really neat piece of kit. It’s also good to note that this is the Tudor diver with a ceramic bezel. I don’t need another everyday diver, but if I were in the market, the €4,260 cheap Tudor Pelagos replication watch would be in the running along with the next family of great watches.

Review: The Tudor Black Bay Chrono Replica With Steel Case For Men

Luxury Fake Tudor Black Bay Chronograph, $4,900+

We know, we know — this is far from the first black bezel copy Tudor Black Bay Chrono you’ve come across on the pages of Gear Patrol, or elsewhere: there were black ones, special ones, steel and gold ones, etc. We get it. But this one is different.

This one resurrects the “panda” dial and the “reverse-panda” dial, classic, mid-century configurations that represent the pinnacle of chronograph aesthetics. Also — this version is thinner than past versions, which is welcome news for those of you with slimmer wrists, or who simply prefer the look and feel of vintage models. Let’s dive right in.
Key Specs:

Case Diameter: 41mm
Case Depth: 14.4mm
Water Resistance: 200m
Movement: Tudor Cal. MT5813 (COSC)
Price: $4,900+
The two new models — panda (white with black sub-registers) and reverse-panda (black with white sub-registers) — are each available in three configurations: on bracelet, on a “Bund”-style leather strap, and on a fabric strap. This gives the user a choice of two different price points as well as different band options. The case size has also been slimmed down somewhat to 14.4mm, which, while still chunky, is thinner that that of previous iterations. In short, this is a handsome, classically inspired take on the midcentury chronograph that should provide a great alternative to sister brand Rolex’s Daytona. It also stands well on its own.
If you want a Daytona but you can’t find one, or you can’t afford one, or you don’t wanna be yet another dude wearing a Daytona, then this is the watch for you. If you dig midcentury chronograph aesthetics — especially the whole “panda” dial thing — then this Tudor copy watch with steel bracelet is for you. If you just like chunkier, hefty tool watches, then this watch is for you. If you like to time things, like pasta boiling on the stove or how long you can stand on your head, then this watch is for you. In short: this is a watch for many, many different types of people.
Well, you could go for a Daytona. (LOL.) If you can get your hands on one of those in steel at retail, it’ll set you back $13,150. Despite a price difference of over 2x, there are still a fair number of similarities: sizing, dial configurations, in-house movements, etc. Though of course the Daytona uses a triple-register layout and leaves out the date.

Zenith’s Chronomaster Sport is a page out of the old Daytona book, and thus a good alternative to the BB Chrono — though it’ll run you $10,000 on a bracelet. Moving a bit downmarket but sticking with the dual-register-plus-date configuration, we’ve got the Intra-Matic Auto Chrono from Hamilton for $2,195, though it comes on a leather strap. The layout and similarities in look are striking, however. Another good reverse-pandal option is Yema’s Speedgraf, an awesome, affordable mechanical chrono with a dual-register layout and an uncommon movement from Seiko. They’re about $1,500.
We’re talking about a 41mm fake Tudor Black Bay chronograph with a 14.4mm depth and, on my review model, a matching steel bracelet. So first things first: this thing has some heft to it. And that’s welcome, frankly — a svelte, dressy Patek 1463 or 1518 this most certainly ain’t, but you also don’t have to worry about banging it around.