Tudor Drops Next Generation of the Pelagos with a Smaller Case Size

As autumn approaches, TUDOR surprises with the launch of a new generation of Pelagos diving watches. To create a more versatile timepiece with unisex appeal and elegance, the diameter of the latest model has been reduced to 39 mm. In addition, the Pelagos 39 has an entrance in a satin-brushed grade 2 titanium case with a water resistance of 200 meters.

In addition to the new case size, this debut model offers all the features that have made this family so sought after by fans of tried and tested mechanical dive imitation watches. To top it all off, the black dial of this model features a sun satin finish with luminous ceramic composite monobloc applied hour markers, a set of legendary “snowflake” hands, and a unidirectional rotating bezel whose ceramic insert also shines with a fine sun satin finish.
The Pelagos 39 model is driven by the self-winding movement MT5400. Its construction is designed to ensure robustness, longevity, reliability, and precision with a variable inertia balance, which is held in place by a solid cross bridge with two fixing points. Thanks to this balance and the non-magnetic silicon balance spring, the movement accumulates a power reserve of approximately 70 hours, certified by the COSC chronometer.

Tudor has equipped the Pelagos 39 with a satin-brushed titanium strap featuring a Tudor “T-fit” buckle for quick length adjustment. This system is easy to use and requires no tools to adjust the length to 8 mm. The buckle also features a 25 mm strap extension so that the best swiss replica watches can be worn over a diving suit. It also comes with a second strap made of black rubber that is attached to the case via a titanium end link. A rubber extension is also included to extend the strap further up to 110 mm.