This Tudor is trully breathtaking. It’s a rare reference 9121/0 with a caliber Rolex-Tudor 2784. The blue accents in the dial and bezel, including the integrated bracelet really make this watch a true sporty looking tool.
Now to the nitty gritty: the watch is in a really good condition overall. Movement is working finely and without any flaws. Case is in great condition with some light scratches and little dents (one at 1 o’clock and one on the center of the case back). The dial is immaculate, with no flaws; as is the tritium, looking thick and with a creamy color. The inner raised bezel with the minute track and the tritium plots really help giving depth to the dial. Crystal is original to the watch, including the famous cyclops that Rolex made so popular. The bidirectional rotating bezel it’s in good condition too, with slight imperfections (little dent at 11), but none are seen with the naked eye (all imperfections can be seen on the pictures provided). The bracelet has zero-to-no stretch, will fit wrists of up to 18.5cm. The clasp is signed Rolex with the matching Tudor shield logo. The screw-down crown is original to the watch, signed with the Rolex logo.
This watch has all the characteristics of the era (when Audemars Piguet and Patek Philippe launched their trademarks: the Royal Oak and the Nautilus, respectively). This is Tudor’s take on the sport luxury steel watches.
We think that at this pricepoint, trully represents a value proposition.