Introducing: The Tudor Pelagos LHD, A Left-Handed 500 Meter Diver In Titanium With In-House Movement (Details, Pricing, Availability)
The Pelagos LHD is a reverence to an uncommon French military watch made in the 1970s.
On top of that, the actual watch is a “numbered version,” something we haven’t seen from Tudor, indeed, ever, and from Rolex in many years. This implies that the actual watch probably won’t be a restricted to quite a few watches each year, yet with every individual piece numbered working on this issue back, you can envision very few will be made. Obviously, a left-gave 500m titanium jumper isn’t a watch for everybody, except for a few, it will be everything.
Each case back will be numbered.
The helium get away from valve is the indication of the most genuine jump watches.
The Pelagos LHD will hold its helium get away from valve and all the treats the Pelagos is known for: plunging tie with pin clasp, exceptional wristband with jumper augmentation (with that astonishing catch!) included.
Each watch will come with an elastic plunge lash just as titanium bracelet.
The Pelagos LHD altogether its left-gave, titanium cased greatness will be accessible in select retailers tomorrow at a cost of $4,400. Amounts will be limited so call that AD at the present time in the event that you need one.
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