It's hard to judge just from the photo, bur hands on this Tudor look cheap in comparison with the GS. But the worst part is that hole in the dial for the date. It looks so much better if you put a frame around the date window. I think I will stick with the Seagull for the time being;-)
But the Tudor looks more of a GS.With so many watches looking similar I wouldn't call it a homage. I think it looks nice, but I have very little need for a dress watch and the ones that get me excited are usually thin, no date, manual winders like the new Montblanc.
I agree, they absolutely would. With so many watches have so many similar styles I think many people are WUS are too quick to call a watch a homage or accuse a company of ripping off someone else's design. That's not to say it doesn't happen.But the Tudor looks more of a GS.
If Steinhart or Christopher Ward would have done a GS homage they would probably receive abuse and being the subject of bullying.