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Diving With The New Tudor Pelagos FXD

The FXD is exceptionally mild, because of the monobloc satin-brushed titanium case and lack of bracelet, and surprisingly smooth for a 42mm watch (simply 12.75mm tall). Because of this, the FXD affords a completely distinctive tactile expertise for a mechanical dive watch, one akin to lifting a chunk of ultra-light tenting gear or a carbon fiber bicycle. Carrying the FXD feels the alternative of strapping on, say, a hefty Rolex Submariner with a solid-link bracelet.

As a mechanical watch, the FXD would not precisely really feel futuristic or high-tech on the wrist, nevertheless it does really feel cutting-edge – like a severe, purposeful, and related mechanical instrument.