Editor's note: I've always had a real soft spot for the Tudor Heritage Advisor. Not only is the alarm one of my favourite complications, but this watch *for all that it's an outlier in the current catalogue *is a hugely important piece in the modern rebirth of Tudor. Read on to find out why …* Last year, Tudor unveiled its*first manufacture movement to nigh-on internet-breaking levels of fanfare and buzz. So impressive was the MT-5621 that it overshadowed the retro-modern North Flag that showcased it. But it's a little remarked upon fact that Tudor's first foray into in-house happened way back in 2011, in the Tudor Heritage Advisor *one of the earliest, and (in my opinion) most underrated of the Geneva-based brand's popular Heritage collection. Before we talk about why the Advisor holds such a special place in Tudor's line-up, let's find out a little about where it came from. First released in 1957, the original Tudor Advisor was a small alarm watch, often in an Oyster-style case, powered by a manually wound A. Schild movement. Few watches capture the charm and anachronism of mechanical timekeeping quite like alarm complications. In these days of Google alerts and iPhone reminders it's…

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