1978 Tudor Date-Day Ref. 94500
After the mid-1970s, the Tudor Date Day watches change reference.The case still manufactured by Rolex is resized down to a more common 36 mm size. There are three available bezels, available in white gold fluted, stainless steel polished, and in a steel, engine turned option. The really cool thing about the later 94500 reference is the double quick set day and date feature of the ETA 2834 which is a feature found on the later model big brother Rolex president references. The other obvious difference between the Tudor Day-Date and the Rolex Day-Date is their weight. The Rolex Day-Dates are always in a precious metal while the Tudor was only offered in two tone or stainless steel.
This specific Tudor Day-Date example is a very cool piece. It is functional due to the fact that it displays the day and the date, and stainless steel case makes it a very versatile and functional timepiece. this would make a unique and functional daily driver that would is suitable in many settings casual to formal.
|Bracelet||Tudor Folded Link 7836 Bracelet|
The case of this 1979 Tudor Ref. 94500 is in wonderful vintage condition showing factory finishing. Serial and reference numbers are fully intact and clearly visible. The original Tudor folded link 7836 Bracelet with original 358B end pieces shoes a very light stretch and retains 13 original links.
The striking black gloss dial with silver stick markers remains in stunning factory condition without any blemishing or marks. The tritium filled hands and lume dots on the dial remain fully intact showing no lume degradation when viewed under UV Light.
None. The watch is running flawlessly and keeping accurate time. Additional service history is unknown.