Tudor's Most Controversial & Underrated Watches + Unboxing A Red Ranger & NTH Catalina

In today’s video I attempt to catch up with Hugo Mountbatten for an ETA on his long-awaited Daniel Wellington watch review. I also share a first look at the "Catalina" diving pilot watch, which is the first official Urban Gentry watch made in collaboration with NTH. I then discuss an interesting period of Tudor's history. During the late 1950s and 60s they introduced five new watches with the goal of diversifying and distinguishing the brand from their bigger brother Rolex. Inspired by my lust for a Rolex Explorer 1016, I then unbox one of the most infamous and controversial watches Tudor never made...or did they? Join me to find out! To check out the official Urban Gentry Amazon shop, click here: Please note, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. To get your watch or Gentry related questions answered and engage with some of the community beyond YouTube, join us on Facebook: To follow the official Urban Gentry Instagram click here: To check out my Tumblr, click here: TGV's Tumblr: For the official Urban Gentry website, blog and online boutique, or to contact the Urban Gentry team, click here: