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Hello,

Just out of curiousity, if you have a vintage tudor with the "original oyster case by rolex Geneva" description on the back, what kind of stainless steel is it?

Is it the same as Rolex, thus 904L, or is it the more common 316L stainless steel?

Just struck my mind this morning, looking at my tudor 75090 submariner case from 1990

Bart
 

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Tudors are 316L. Rolex used 316L for a very long time as well. In fact, Tudor cases were Rolex cases for a certain period of time, nothing new here. They were both 316L. I'm not sure though when Rolex moved to 904L.
 
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