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Very few complaints leveled against the iconic Rolex Oyster can be taken seriously. It is without exception one of the finest case designs ever conceived, and has been a favorite worldwide for the better part of a century. That said, for larger- wristed gents seeking an Oyster for dress and casual wear, the usual 34-36mm models can seem a little on the small side, and short of opting for a sports model there isn't anything to be done.
Or is there?
Tudor, in addition to being the budget-minded arm of the Rolex family, has some great alternatives to your more common offerings from their parent brand (namely the Datejust) in larger sizes. Perfect for the aforementioned large wrist crowd (as well as anyone who just prefers a few extra millimeters of girth), "Jumbo" models, such as this Reference 7025, fit the bill handsomely.
Utilizing a roughly 38mm Oyster case, the Reference 7025 is essentially an oversized Datejust. In this instance, fitted with a crisp black dial, stick markers and a roulette date wheel, this awesome Tudor blurs the line between a dress piece and sports watch. This a combination of elements is a true rarity on the market, and clean examples don't pop up frequently. Despite this, values are still incredibly reasonable, and if you can find one in good shape you should pick it up while you can (hint, hint)!
Steel Oyster Case is approximately 38mm in diameter (excluding the crown). Tudor Reference 7025/4. Circa 1970s.
Overall condition: Case is in great condition over all, showing only light wear from age and use. Lugs remain sharp! Original dial is very clean over all, with no signs of water damage or hand drag. Luminescent plots have aged lightly. Original hands are in good condition with only minimal aging. Luminescent elements do not hold a charge. Original Rolex signed case back and crown.
Includes 20mm woven Perlon and two nylon straps by Crown and Buckle.