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Tudor Pelagos "Old" Vs. "New"

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A great watch from Tudor.

A tool-watch that can be an only watch for anybody.

I am not sure that I can follow the new busy dial full with text.

It is indeed a "Rolex" way of making dials.

In-house movement is great news.

However, it is a totally new and not-tested over the time movement.

On the other hand ETA has been proven tough.

Many say that ETA-powered Pelagos will become collectible soon.

So, get the 'old' version now or wait for new watch to hit the stores in a couple of months?

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I don't mind the oak tree wall of text on the new Tudor Pelagos. The in-house movement also looks really neat. I, however, have a generation 1 Pelagos incoming. I bought it because I'm considering mine a long term purchase. I think the ETA movement will be more inexpensive to service down the road. I also slightly prefer the cleaner dial.

 

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I have almost made up my mind to do the same.

As mentioned above, ETA will be easier to service on the years to come and given that the ETA version is available only a couple of years along with the fact that Tudor has made a comeback, first gen Pelagos will be the one to own.

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