Watch Winders Tudor

History of Tudor

In February 1926, the trader and watch manufacturer "Veuve de Philippe Hüther" registered the "TUDOR" trademark in the name and on behalf of Hans Wilsdorf. The latter is based in Geneva and receives exclusive access from the custodian.

In 1932, Tudor watches were delivered exclusively to Willis & Co. for the Australian market, who were responsible for distributing them to the best jewelers in the country. Tudor Signature watches include men's and women's models; they mainly have rectangular, barrel or inclined shapes. Some models of the brand have been spotted bearing the Rolex signature, but these are rare.

On October 15, 1936, the “Veuve de Philippe Hüther” estate sold the brand to Hans Wilsdorf. During the same period, the Tudor dynasty rose also appeared on the brand's watch face. Inserted into an escutcheon, this logo symbolizes the invincible alliance of strength - the characteristic solidity of the watch - and elegance - the beauty of its lines.

On March 6, 1946, Hans Wilsdorf knew that it was time to give the brand momentum and a full identity, which is why he founded the company "Montres TUDOR S.A". Rolex guarantees the technical, aesthetic and functional characteristics as well as distribution and after-sales service.

I need a watch winder for my Tudor watch ?

If you don't wear your Tudor every day, consider putting it on a watch winder, because your Tudor needs to be wound a certain number of times a day to fully wind the mainspring and extend its life.

A watch winder is a luxury device that maintains your Tudor without worrying about winding it.

But if you wear your Tudor every day, you don't need to put it in your winder.

Rotation direction for Tudor

The watch winder must work properly to properly wind your Tudor. It must be able to rotate clockwise, counter-clockwise and in both directions.

If your Tudor needs to be wound clockwise, turning your watch counter-clockwise will not power it, so it will not be wound. To find out the direction of rotation of your Tudor, you can follow our winding parameters for Tudor.

Tours per day for Tudor

The minimum number of revolutions an automatic watch needs to gain power often varies from day to day.

For example, most Tudor watches require 650 TPD, you can check the winding parameters for Tudor.

If you spin a Tudor watch winder at 200 or 400 TPD, the watch will not gain any power and the watch will stop.

With an adjustable direction of rotation, you have all the possibilities to wind your automatic watch.

Temporalité de Paris watch winders

The watch winder for Tudor by Temporalité de Paris is a luxury accessory made of the best materials to take care of your Tudor watch.

Designed by our designers, our Tudor watch winders are refined and dynamic.

We apply the same standards to our products as the most prestigious watch brands such as Tudor. We know that precision is paramount, which is why all of our watch winders for Tudor are assembled by hand.

For manufacturing, we only use high-end products so that our watch winders are durable. Our products are made with materials from the best countries like Germany or Japan, in order to provide the best service for your Tudor.