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    Tudor Pelagos Blue

    Last year it was rumored Tudor would release a blue Pelagos, but it never showed. I really wanted one, but after seeing the pictures it seems so meh. I'll keep the Planet Ocean. What do you think?





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    In these pics it looks like a very flat blue, I think the flat matt black works but not so sure about the blue. One of those you need to see in natural light perhaps.
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    Yes, if those pictures are an accurate representation, it looks both flat and a little brash.

    One that needs to be seen in the hand, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkO View Post
    In these pics it looks like a very flat blue, I think the flat matt black works but not so sure about the blue. One of those you need to see in natural light perhaps.
    This. I'll reserve final comment until I see one in real life, but the pics aren't exciting me. I was really hoping Tudor would do the kind of blue they did on the blue Subs of the 70's, either on the Black Bay or Pelagos. Oh well.

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    Yeah, I agree, from the pics it doesn't excite me at all. It almost feels too blue.
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    Too much blue
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    Could only hope it looks better in real life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by watchdaddy1 View Post
    Too much blue
    It certainly looks that way from the pictures, though I will offer that when I first saw the pictures of the Black Bay Blue last year I thought it was a perfect shade of blue, until I held it in my hand at the AD and ultimately left without it.

    Regardless, I wont pre-judge it until seeing it in the flesh.

    I'm more interested in seeing the North Flag at this point. The new Pelagos isn't available until July, I assume the same rings true for the North Flag. Perhaps that's a good thing otherwise I'd take a run to my dealer this afternoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by watchdaddy1 View Post
    Too much blue
    And too much text.

    I just can't see past that block of text.

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    If TUDOR really wanted to rattle some cages with a new Pelagos release they should have done it in chronograph style

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