Tudor Submariner 7922

Let’s dive deep into this magnificent and early Tudor Submariner without crown-guards. 
This vintage Tudor Submariner has everything you’re looking for in a divers’ watch. This stunning timepiece, with reference 7922, dating back to 1958, belongs to the first diving watches produced by Tudor. In 1954, the Tudor Submariner was presented; a sturdy, reliable and waterproof watch that could reach a depth of 100 meters due to its Oyster case and screw-down crown. Everything about this model was unique for Tudor as it was the brand’s first sports watch. Arguably more elegant than the Rolex counterpart; with the subtle Rose logo and the curved writing “Self Winding” at the 6 o’clock position.The glossy gilt dial features large hour markers and hands in Radium, that discoloured to an attractive green colour. Moreover, it has a bidirectional rotatable bezel. The case is strong and the lugs are thick. Caseback engravings, including reference and serial number, are clearly visible. The previous owner didn’t gave this 7922 much wrist time and the watch hasn’t been worn in this millenium since he sadly passed away. With honour and pleasure we can present you this exceptional vintage Tudor Oyster Prince Submariner; fresh to the market.
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