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I won't recount the
history of Tudor as it is detailedall over the web including Tudor's official website, but it isnearly as storied as Rolex. When looking at Tudor's Submariners, the history goes back to 1954. Since that time, Tudor has produced a vast number of Submariner designs and continues, while not in name, to make capable dive watches in the name of the Black Bay and Pelagos. In this article, however, we're staying with Submariners. One piece, the "Snowflake" is a collector favorite and its namesake hands are seen on Tudor's current dive watches. The second piece, though, is not as well known but is one of my favorites: the so-called "Lollipop".

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