Tudor Watches Brings Out A Timeless Woody To Reinterpret A Time Peice!
It’s Saturday and you are most likely sitting in a warm house as the temperature is dropping. So what better than a nice warm video with Dean Martin in some timeless location produced by the good folks at Tudor Watch Co.
It is a cool watch to watch, a very cool watch, and according to their website The TUDOR Heritage Chrono Blue watch is a unique reinterpretation of the iconic 1973 TUDOR called “Montecarlo” and much sought after by collectors. Of course we want the boat., and the cool sunglasses, and model, and sunshine. Even the cool Shelby Cobra at the start of the video. Now one might say, where is the real Cobra, or why not a old Riva? Well, the key word here is reinterpretation! It’s kinda genius if you think about it. A time piece thats been designed with timeless designed stuff to frame it Strong marketing!
But dang, right about now, I would be happy to just watch and listen.
Thanks to Tudor for starting a great conversation about reinterpretation. There is a freedom about that. Maybe a cool new reinterpretation of a woody?
Nice run of videos!
Very guy oriented with cars, boats, race cars, beautiful models, and even a rose bud.
A Woody reinterpretation would be very cool!
A nylon band? I think I’ll stick with Patek Phillipe for my timeless watch needs.
Love ol Dean make me want to start happy hour early. In fact I think right about now with a bloody Mary! The only thing I would add is a lil cut away to Dean performing!
Cool watch but I’m disappointed that you finally spelled “genius” right. I’ve gotten used to “genus”. Please fix.
Guess I’m ole fashioned…But I think I’ll look for my old Timex and get out my old record of Glenn Campbell singing that one.
Oh! catchy math today…9- nine ? Gotta be awake for that one.
Cool new woody boats? Go to the Van Dam website. They build incredible examples of high performance, wooden nautical art.
Awesome quality production value in those spots. How many Rivas do you think you could buy with what those spots cost to produce?
I don’t know how many Rivas, but it must take a lot of $4,000 watches to pay for them.
lets see them strap it to the propeller like the old timex comercials a watch not only has to look good it has to perform
Fortunately, no real RIVA (nor Cobra, for that matter) was harmed in the making of this ad……..
What about my watches?
Or this one for you Americans?
The better choice…..
The old Timex outboard test. Dudes wearing a waterproof trench coat…
“Dudes wearing a ……..”
Texx; ‘Dude’ was none other than John Cameron Swayze! Generations of ‘muricans listened to him on the nightly news; we trusted him! If he said “….takes a lickin’ and keeps on tickin” we believed it….
Thanks Jimmuh. Is he related to Patrick Swayze – the dude who drove the ’57 Chevy in Dirty Dancing?
nobody puts baby in a corner!!!
timex 100 for $ 15.00 or the TUDOR model for over $2000 which would you choose?
I’m a former ad guy. Early in my career (early 90’s) my creative partner and I brought back John Cameron Swayze for Timex (with a bit of a twist). He was too old to be on camera, but his voice is there: