Welcome back to our regular feature, the Watch Video Rewind. In this series, we bring to light watch related videos which we feel are interesting and worth sharing with our readers. This week, I have a couple of videos from Tudor showing men (and a few women) doing studly things while wearing their watches. It is an interesting lifestyle branding, since the videos don’t really go into the watches themselves.
I thought of this after seeing a post on Ocean Time featuring the above video from Tudor. If you are into cliff jumping, free diving and doing crossfit under water, then the Pelagos might be your watch.
Next up is the Fastrider Chrono. Do you camp out and just generally like to free ride your Ducati Scrambler? This is your watch.
Maybe you are more of the debonaire man-about-town kind of guy who chases beautiful women through the streets of Rome on a bicycle. Well, Tudor has you covered there as well.
For those of us trapped in the glass towers of New York City but who really long to emulate the days of Jacques Cousteau and Sea Hunt, maybe the Black Bay is your watch.
And if you want to go out and explore the sub-freezing remote landscapes of the polar regions, then strap on a North Flag (now, as a climber, the ‘drama’ in this last video made no sense to me at all).
There are other little mini-movies like this at the Tudor YouTube page. I don’t know how these work to influence buying decisions, but they are kind of fun to watch.
That’s it for this week’s watch video rewind. If you stumble across any interesting watch (or time) related videos out there, drop us a line. If we end up using it from your suggestion, we’ll be sure to tip our hats (electronically, if not literally) in your general direction.
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