SOLDOUT: Tudor Hydronaut TIGER PRINCE ref. 89190 Coca Cola

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WHY THIS WATCH

The Tudor Hydronaut was introduced in the late 1990s with the Hydronaut I.  The Hydronaut II came market a decade later in 2009. The ref. 89190 offers a 40mm stainless steel case with tapered lugs, a 60-minute bezel in steel, and a black dial, with luminous markers and hands. The watch is waterproof up to 200 meters or 660 feet. Tudor priced this watch competitively, and is a great entry point into Rolex's sister company, Tudor.

This particular Hydronaut has a rare "COCA COLA" dial, showcasing a carbon fiber pattern.

The LITTLE DETAILS

Case is 40mm by approx. 12mm thick. Case is overall excellent condition with wear from casual use, around 90%. Comes on Rubber Tudor strap, with OEM Tudor deployment. Movement is running strong with  no issues. No box or papers.

Shipping

Expedient Dispatch Commitment: Our commitment is to expedite shipping, aiming for same-day shipment whenever feasible. In situations where immediate dispatch is not achievable, rest assured that your order will be promptly processed and shipped on the following business day.

Shipping Carrier and Coverage: We exclusively entrust FedEx Express for our shipping needs, ensuring comprehensive insurance coverage for the safe transit of all your purchases.

Returns

General Return Policy for Orders Below $8000: Our policy includes a generous three-day return window for all orders below the $8000 mark. This policy stands regardless of payment method.

Specific Return Policy for Orders Above $8000: For orders exceeding $8000, our three-day return policy applies exclusively to transactions completed through wire transfer.

Return Conditions: To qualify for a return, it is imperative that all items are returned in their original, unaltered condition. Any modification or alteration to the received items renders them ineligible for a return.

Our aim is to ensure that your shopping experience is seamless.

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