It has been well recorded throughout history Tudor Submariners involvements as the official timepiece of the French Marine Nationale, it has been much less clear the involvement in the United States Navy. It has been recorded the Tudor Submariners were used by certain units in the 1950’s and 1960’s but recently a relic from the past has been uncovered shedding more light on the watches history. What makes this find so special is that it has both issue number as well as case back engravings.
It is water resistant to 150meters & utilizes a sapphire crystal. The watch also features a bidirectional rotatable 12-hour graduated steel bezel for dual time-zone display via a blue disc.
The movement is the Swiss automatic Tudo caliber 2892 (base ETA) with chronograph module. The timepiece has a power reserve of 42 hours as well as a 45-minute totalizer at the 9 o’clock position, small seconds hand at the 3 o’clock position, and date at 6 o’clock position.
The watch comes with interchangeable bracelet options — a steel bracelet with folding clasp & safety catch as well as a fabric strap with buckle.
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