Presented in near new condition this is an amazing and rare example of a 1992 Tudor 'Mini Sub' Submariner. Within the watch community, this watch is called the Mini Sub because it's 4mm smaller than the traditional Submariner from Tudor & Rolex ( 40mm ).
This Mini Sub features a 36mm steel case, a black dial with a date complication and is powered by an automatic movement.
In 1954, Tudor set out on a new path which would contribute to forging its legend. It was in that year that the brand’s first divers’ watch, the Tudor Oyster Prince Submariner reference 7922, saw the light of day. Designed from its origin to fulfil exceptional criteria of durability, reliability, precision and waterproofness at a moderate price, it quickly positioned itself as an instrument of choice for professionals. Over the next 45 years this original tool-watch continuously evolved to ever better meet the specific requirements of the many types of divers who were clients of the brand.
The first generation of Tudor Submariners saw numerous versions, and through them, a notable advance in terms of performance; for example, the maximum functional immersion depth, set at 100 metres initially, reached 200 metres with the introduction of reference 7924 in 1958. During this period, multiple experiments were conducted to determine which characteristics were indispensable to the ideal divers’ watch. Each reference in the 7900 series thus featured subtle specificities which, whether or not they were retained in the development of the product, contributed to its legend. Finally, with the latest variation of reference 7928, recognisable by its round crown guards, it was in the first half of the 1960s that the general lines and technical specifications that constituted the Tudor Submariner were established