Having a little more personality than its more well-known brother the Rolex Submariner, the blue Tudor Submariner is a unique find. While vintage Tudor watches typically use mostly Rolex components, since it’s owned by Rolex, the design is a little bit funkier.
The 1970s Submariner has a bright blue dial and bezel and its hands look like unusually shaped “snowflakes”. Since it’s made from Rolex parts you can see the Rolex coronet logo on the crowns, casebacks, and bracelets in many cases.
The bold square markers and angular hour hand are the signature of this design and something totally unique to Tudor. The bracelet on the model in the article has slim folded links and a Tudor-brand clasp, which is actually rarer than the Rolex clasps that were often used during the period it was made.
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