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Tudor just went Left Hand Drive for the first time in over 35 years

Tudor has just revealed a left-handed version of its Pelagos dive watch, fitted with the brand’s new in-house movement and featuring a raft of retro-inspired aesthetic tweaks including five lines of text on the dial and off-white hands and hour markers…

For those who like it right

Tudor is going from strength to strength with its retro-inspired range of timepieces, which is proving hugely popular with even the most discerning of watch collectors and enthusiasts. The new Pelagos LHD (Left-Hand Drive) is said to take inspiration from the reference 9401, which was built for the French Navy in the early-1980s. In addition to utilising Tudor’s new in-house movement, each watch is individually numbered on the caseback, perhaps indicating that the Swiss watchmaker doesn’t intend to build a lot of these timepieces? If that’s the case, we recommend heading to your nearest authorised dealer to secure one of the 4,400-dollar titanium divers as soon as possible. 

Photos: Tudor

You can find a selection of vintage and modern Tudor timepieces listed for sale in the Classic Driver Market.