Available: Tudor Black Bay Heritage Harrod’s Edition at Crown & Caliber

Team:  A pretty unique opportunity just landed at Crown & Caliber.  The Tudor Black Bay Heritage is becoming an iconic diver watch, and is gaining in value.  The normal offering of Black, Blue, and Red bezels are sought after, and pretty readily available.  There is a special edition done exclusively for Harrods that is a bit of a unicorn:

The green bezel is a very handsome choice for the discerning collector.  There were only a few of these created for Harrods, so their value is ~2X that of the normal lineup, but should gain in value at a higher rate.  Even better: the fine folks at Crown & Caliber now have one in stock, and it’s set up at a very attractive price.  Complete with box and papers, this one is ready to go.

Looking to add something a little different to your lineup?  I highly recommend this bad boy…



  1. Nick Field
    11/15/2019 / 1:14 PM

    Do you think it would be better to invest in a Tudor or Rolex?

    • Nem
      11/15/2019 / 1:37 PM

      I believe Rolex will hold value or out-gain a Tudor, but it really depends on the model. Something relatively rare like the Tudor Harrod’s model (which there are a few on the secondary market right this instant) will probably increase some over time. By contrast the Black Bay 36 on my wrist today would cost me $ if I tried to sell it. Same for a basic DateJust or Oyster Perpetual that may depreciate with age or condition. Typically speaking though, and there are always exceptions, the Rolex sports models tend to appreciate over time, but cost more to get into.

      Someone could possibly earn a PhD by calculating the total return on $50,000 invested in Tudor vs Rolex over time!

    • JRS
      11/15/2019 / 2:03 PM

      I agree with Nem. The issue right now is that Rolex prices have gone up SIGNIFICANTLY over the past 5-7 years, especially since money is so cheap. Personally, I think Tudors are undervalued right now, and have more upside than a Rolex, relatively speaking. If I had money to spend today, it would be on a Tudor – especially a unicorn like the Harrods model.

    • Steven Bremer
      11/15/2019 / 6:19 PM

      Don’t buy a watch as an investment. Instead buy what you like. In regards to this watch I feel that this was purchased by those that could not afford a Rolex Hulk or Kermit. If you like green and can’t afford the Rolex green offerings this is a fantastic alternative from a great seller.

      This is why I bought the Tudor GMT and it has not left my wrist since May.

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