The history of the TUDOR divers' watch dates back to 1954 and the launch of reference 7922. The first in a long line of ergonomic, legible, accurate and robust divers' watches, it perfectly embodies the approach formulated by the American architect Louis Sullivan, according to whom the form of an object must follow its function. Furthermore, it laid down the aesthetic and technical foundations of an ideal divers' watch, those of an understated, functional and reliable tool. The sixty years that followed the launch of the original 7922 saw the constant improvement of the TUDOR divers' watch and each model gained unanimous acclaim from professionals in the field, including some of the greatest military navies in the world.
|Model NumberM79250BM-0001||Case MaterialBronze|
|Case Size41 mm||Water Resistant200 metres|
|StyleDiving||Retail Price (UK RRP)£2,860|
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