Clair de Rose is Tudor’s collection of classic women’s watches characterized by curvy round cases, cabochon-set crowns, three-pronged lugs, and five-link bracelets. Its name is a combination of “clair de lune” (French for moonlight) and the rose, Tudor’s signature flower. Since the collection’s redesign in 2017, Tudor has offered the Clair de Rose watch exclusively with opaline dials. However, as part of its releases at Watches & Wonders 2024, Tudor has now expanded the Clair de Rose collection with new blue dials, available with or without diamonds, across three watch sizes.

Blue is a prominent color in Tudor’s catalog, so it was just a matter of time before “Tudor Blue” joined the Clair de Rose lineup. At the center of the concentric dials is a relief ray-like pattern, encircled by a subtle minutes/seconds ring. The outer layer is home to Roman numerals, as well as the date window at 3 o’clock. On the gem-set variants, the Roman numerals and date window maintain their positions at the cardinal points while eight diamonds serve as hour markers in the remaining spaces.

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The Clair de Rose watches with blue dials are offered in three case sizes, 26mm (10.3mm thick), 30mm (10.7mm thick), and 34mm (11.1mm thick), all of which are made in satin-brushed and polished stainless steel. A side view of the watch reveals the bulbous silhouette of the case, further emphasized by the sloped bezel and domed sapphire crystal. As is expected from Tudor, the Clair de Rose watches are water-resistant to 100 meters. A prominent design feature is the transparent blue spinel cabochon set into the screw-down winding crown.

The five-link “beads of rice” steel bracelet dresses up the Clair de Rose watches and its supple structure promises a comfortable wearing experience. On the other end of the distinctive end-links and talon-like lugs is the folding clasp, complete with a safety catch.

Tudor depends on two automatic movements for the three Clair de Rose watches: Caliber T601 for the largest 34mm variant and Caliber T201 for the smaller 26mm and 30mm models. Both movements are ETA-based and supply around 38 hours of power reserve.

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Adding a blue dial to the Clair de Rose range was a good move on Tudor’s part. It’s a shade that adds much more vibrancy to the watch than the already-existing opaline dials. Clair de Rose watches are some of Tudor’s most affordable making it a solid option for an entry-level women’s watch from the brand’s catalog. Prices for the Clair de Rose 26 (ref. 35200) are 2,525 USD for the non-diamond dial and 3,175 USD for the diamond version. The Clair de Rose 30 (ref. 35200) will retail for 2,625 USD without diamonds and 3,275 USD with diamonds. Finally, the Clair de Rose 34 (ref. 35800) has price tags that range from 2,725 USD to 3,275 USD depending on whether there are diamonds on the dial. For more information, please visit the brand’s website


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