Go Deep With Tudor’s Rugged Pelagos 39 Dive Watch

The impressive timepiece blends sporty performance with luxury looks.


Striking the right balance between utilitarian performance and refined style is a pursuit best left to the pros, and it’s a pursuit achieved quite handily by Tudor with the company’s new Pelagos 39.

Built with grade 2 titanium and featuring truly sporting touches like a diver’s extension and a rapid adjustment clasp system (plus a complementary rubber strap), the Tudor Pelagos 39 is waterproof to 660 feet.


As Tudor says, the nicely sized watch “boasts cutting-edge watchmaking technology and a chic aesthetic” that works in the city or on the shore. Versatility iss further bolstered by the choice between the durable rubber strap and refined titanium links.


The watch joins other sporty and highly functional yet refined timepieces in the company’s lineup, like the recently introduced Tudor Ranger and a trio of watches introduced at Watches and Wonders 2022.

The Tudor Pelagos 39 also boasts plenty of reliable hardware within its durable case, highlighted by Tudor’s Calibre MT5400 movement—intended to up longevity and precision through variable inertia balance.


Luminescent hour markers complement the satin sunray dial, and the contrast between the matte black dial and its white markings is crisp, sporty and of course, highly legible.


The Tudor Pelagos 39, as the company notes, is made for a weekend’s worth of adventures, thanks to its 70-hour power reserve.


And although the Pelagos 39 is a splurge at $4,400, it’s almost like you’re getting two watches between the sleek titanium strap and the easy-on, easy-off rubber strap option for pursuits in water or on dry land.

Wherever you take the Tudor Pelagos 39, it’s a stunning investment that’s going to pay dividends in matters of sport and style.