David Beckham & His Tudor Watches

One of the world’s best known football players, David Beckham retired from the sport in 2013, after a fruitful two-decade career. He made a name for himself as the first English footballer to win major league titles in four countries, and as the poster boy for the set-piece.

Post retirement, David remained on the scene as an entrepreneur and cultural icon. Aside from being co-owner of football teams Inter Miami CF and Salford City, he remains a formidable endorser of many brands including Tudor. As its first ambassador, David inspires people to push back boundaries and reinvent themselves.

We went watch spotting and saw David Beckham wearing Tudor watches in action:

 

 

Tudor Black Bay Chrono S&G

One of David’s choice Tudor watches is the Black Bay Chrono S&G, which he wore to the Wimbledon. Striking a balance between classic aesthetics and contemporary watchmaking codes, this watch was introduced in 2019 as the brand’s first two-tone chronograph.

As its name suggests, the Black Bay Chrono S&G features a striking steel and gold construction. The matte black dial makes the gold minute track gold chronograph subdials pop, while the lume-filled indices and hands provide optimum readability. Inside beats a COSC-certified automatic movement with a 70-hour power reserve.

 

With its rugged yet sleek look, this watch is a fitting choice for David, whose laid-back personality and effortless fashion sense, appeal to both older and younger generations.

 


 

 

Tudor Black Bay 58 Blue

David also adores the Tudor Black Bay 58 Blue, launched in 2020 as an ode to the early Tudor dive watches from the 1960s. Rather than sporting black accents, this tool watch boasts a silver and navy blue colorway, while remaining faithful to the distinguishing elements of the Black Bay. These include the domed crystal, the simple aluminum bezel insert, and the vintage-inspired dial that make the watch an absolute all-rounder.

Aside from offering 200-meter water resistance, this model is recognized for having an accessible crown without guards, and a compact size that wears well on all types of the wrist. Its gilt-free design perfectly complements David’s monochromatic outfits and bold tattoos.

 


 

 

Tudor Black Bay Chrono Panda

David has a certain fondness for the Tudor Black Bay Panda. He wears this edgy yet charming watch just about anywhere – from sporting events to campaign photoshoots. One of the latest releases of the brand, this watch is capable in every way.

David’s choice model features refined details – such as a slim case, a chic tachymeter bezel, and luminous hands and indices with silver surrounds – while housing a silicon hairspring-equipped movement at its core. The highly-legible reverse panda dial looks cool with David’s casual and formal ensembles, while the combination of polished and satin finishes gives the watch a handsome appeal.

 


 

 

Tudor Black Bay P01

On his days off, David can often be spotted with the Tudor Black Bay P01, specifically made for the U.S. Navy’s Commando program. Its original design – which features a locking bezel system – was rejected by the US Navy, only to be brought back in 2019 with the same utilitarian look and an end-link at 12 o’clock that aids in the watch’s maintenance.

Equipped with an in-house automatic movement, the watch also comes with a 200m water resistance and a jet-black dial with luminescent hands and indices. Crafted in pure stainless steel with a satin finish, it suits David’s no-nonsense style and commanding persona.

 


 

 

Tudor Heritage Chrono

David makes a strong statement with his Tudor Heritage Chrono. Introduced in 2013, it is an ode to the crowd-favorite Monte Carlo from the 1970s. As an all-occasion timepiece, this model features an increased size of 42mm and an opaline dial with three-dimensional hour markers. It also has pleasing blue and orange accents that provide a youthful touch.

 


 

 

Tudor Pelagos

David has an obvious penchant for sporty chronographs, but he also made space for a famous Tudor diver: the Pelagos. It has earned a reputation for being the brand’s most water-resistant and functional tool watch to date.

The Pelagos comes in a 42mm titanium case and bracelet, with a complementing royal blue dial and white luminescent markers. Boasting a 500m depth rating and a helium escape valve, the watch is perfect for David’s underwater explorations.

 


 

 

Vintage Tudor Submariner Snowflake

No Tudor collection would be complete without the Tudor Submariner. David’s choice is a vintage model that always steals attention: the Snowflake. Launched in 1969, it comes with a faded blue bezel, a matching dial with large golden hour markers, and a magnified date window at 3 o’clock. It looks a lot like the Submariner from Tudor’s sister company, Rolex, but with an hour hand shaped like a snowflake.

 

PHOTO CREDITS: Tudor / David wearing Tudor S&G by Karwai Tang / David wearing Tudor Chrono Panda from Tudor FB Page / other images from David’s Instagram

 

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