Tudor Pelagos FXD Strap Guide by WATCHBANDIT

The Tudor FXD is a high-performance dive watch made of titanium, that was first introduced in 2021. It’s part of Tudor’s Pelagos collection, which is known for its modern and technical designs. The FXD, however, takes things to the next level with its cutting-edge technology and innovative features. Let’s take a closer look at this new diver from Switzerland in this article.

What is the Tudor FXD?

When Tudor officially introduced the Tudor Pelagos FXD Ref. 25707B, the watch fam and Tudor fan base were frantic. After a lot of speculation, about what the manufacturer will come up with next, Tudor presented a special dive watch, which has been designed with direct input from the French Marine Nationale’s combat divers. An important and enjoyable fact is that it is not a limited edition.


The integrated lugs make the FXD something very special and safe to wear!

One of the most striking things about the Tudor FXD is its overall design. The watch has a bold, technical look, with a darker blue dial than the regular Pelagos, that’s sure to turn the heads of every dive enthusiast. Its case is made from high-grade titanium, which is both lightweight and incredibly durable. The dial features bold, luminescent markers and hands, making it easy to read even in low-light conditions and during a deep dive.

Furthermore, and probably the most important fact, the watch features integrated lugs, which are important for the strap choices we present you in this article. That’s also why it’s named “FXD”, which stands for the “F(i)X(e)D” strap (bars).

In this article, we’ll take a closer look at what makes the Tudor FXD such a special timepiece, explore some of its key features, and present you with the best WB Original strap options.

Tudor Pelagos FXD Strap Guide

As we have now learned, the Tudor FXD has very special bars for the strap, as these are firmly integrated with the lugs and case, “made of one piece” so to speak. This means that only pull-through straps, such as classic- or single-pass NATOs can be used on this model, and no two-piece watch straps. The low-set integrated lug bars keep the strap very close to your wrist, and the strap does not bulk out much, like on a watch with conventional lugs. This makes the watch look nicely flat and very comfortable.

Now, what is the best strap for the Tudor Pelagos FXD? We show you some of our favorite combos in our Tudor Pelagos FXD Strap Guide by WATCHBANDIT:

Ribbed NATO Strap – Grey


Tudor Pelagos FXD paired with our Ribbed Nato Strap – Grey – Brushed | WB Original (Wrist circumference: 7″ / 18cm), Picture: @timepieceswede

Ribbed NATO Strap – Blue


Tudor Pelagos FXD paired with our Ribbed Nato Strap – Blue – Brushed | WB Original (Wrist circumference: 7″ / 18cm), Picture: @timepieceswede

Premium NATO Strap – Blue


Tudor Pelagos FXD paired with our Premium Nato Strap Blue – Brushed | WB Original (Wrist circumference: 7″ / 18cm), Picture: @timepieceswede

Herringbone NATO Strap – Beige


Tudor Pelagos FXD paired with our Herringbone Nato Strap – Beige – Brushed | WB Original (Wrist circumference: 7″ / 18cm), Picture: @timepieceswede

Perlon Strap – Blue


Tudor Pelagos FXD paired with our Premium Perlon Watch Strap – Blue | WB Original (Wrist circumference: 7″ / 18cm), Picture: @timepieceswede


Key Features

  1. Chronometer Certification – The Tudor FXD is certified as a chronometer by the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC). This means that it has been tested to ensure that it meets strict accuracy standards.
  2. Anti-Magnetic balance spring – The watch is equipped with an anti-magnetic silicon balance spring, which protects the watch’s most delicate part from the harmful effects of magnetic fields.
  3. Water-Resistance – The diver is water-resistant up to 200 meters, making it suitable for a variety of water-based activities.
  4. Power Reserve – The watch has a power reserve of up to 70 hours, which means that it can keep running for up to three days without needing to be wound or recharged.
  5. Integrated lugs – A possible loss of the watch due to the failure of a spring bar is impossible, as the FXD does not use spring bars, but has solid/integrated lugs
  6. Strap Options – It comes with a variety of strap options, including a titanium bracelet, a rubber strap, and a fabric strap. This makes it easy to customize the watch to suit your individual style and needs.

Tudor Pelagos FXD Specifications

  • Case Dimensions: 42mm in diameter, 52mm lug-to-lug, and just 12.75mm thick
  • Lug Width: 22mm
  • Movement: Tudor MT5602 COSC-certified, automatically-wound, 4Hz, 70h of power reserve
  • Water Resistance: 200m / 20 ATM
  • Retail price: 4140€ /


How do I change the bracelet or strap on my Tudor FXD?

Luckily it is pretty easy to change the strap of your Tudor FXD watch. As the lugs are connected and the watch does not have any spring bars, it is only possible to install one-piece straps. Those straps can be simply pulled out and in again. If you want to know, how you install a NATO band on your Tudor read our article All you need to know about NATO straps.


The Tudor FXD is a remarkable light-weight titanium diver that’s well-suited for hobby adventurers and professionals alike. Its high-performance features, durable design, and customizable strap options make it a watch that can be tailored to fit your individual style and needs. The solid lugs and bars make this watch stay super safe on your wrist, as no spring bar can possibly fail. If you’re looking for a timepiece that can keep up with your active lifestyle, then the FXD is definitely worth considering.

Note of thanks

Photos were taken by our brand ambassadors @timepieceswede – Thank you for the awesome pictures of our straps on your Tudor!

Please note: Any watches pictured in this blog post are for illustration purposes only and the watches are not included in our strap offers. Straps may vary slightly from those pictured.


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10 thoughts on “Tudor Pelagos FXD Strap Guide by WATCHBANDIT

  1. Eric Marzano says:

    I love your guide on the Tudor Pelagos straps. I have this watch and I enjoy changing the straps according to my mood and outfit. I especially like the leather straps, they add a touch of elegance and warmth to the watch. Thanks for sharing your tips and photos.

    1. Chris says:

      Thank you so much for your kind words and for taking the time to share your feedback on our Tudor Pelagos strap guide! We’re delighted to hear that you found the guide helpful and that you share our passion for changing watch straps to match your mood and outfit.

      Leather straps indeed have a unique way of adding elegance and warmth to a watch, and they can completely transform the look and feel of your Tudor Pelagos. We’re glad to have been able to provide you with tips and photos to assist you in your strap selection.

      If you have any more questions or need further assistance in the future, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Enjoy wearing your Tudor Pelagos with its various strap options, and thank you for being a part of our watch enthusiast community!

  2. Maximilien says:

    Good afternoon,
    Been an avid reader of those straps guides!
    Great work, keep it up!
    I have to bring up something though (that kind of break my heart as a Frenchman), the Pelagos FXD MN has been a collaboration with the FRENCH navy (Marine Nationale) not the Italian one. In Italian by the way the name of its navy is Marina Militare (MM).

    1. Chris says:

      Hello Maximilien,

      Thank you so much for your avid readership and the encouragement! We truly appreciate your support.

      We’re grateful for your input and clarification regarding the Pelagos FXD MN collaboration. We sincerely apologize for any confusion caused by the inaccurate information in our Strap Guide.

      We’ll promptly rectify the details in our guide to accurately reflect the collaboration with the French navy (Marine Nationale).

      If you have any more insights or if there’s anything else you’d like to share, please feel free to reach out. We’re here to provide accurate and informative content for watch enthusiasts like yourself.

      Thank you again!
      Best regards,

  3. Your article just sold another strap!

    When I saw that grey ribbed NATO on the FXD, I had to have one for mine!

    1. Mick says:

      Thanks Andrew, happy you liked it 🙂

  4. Andrew says:

    FXD is based on input from the *French* Navy (Marine Nationale), not the Italian Navy as your article states

    1. Mick says:

      Thanks for the info Andrew, we will update it!

  5. Dragos says:

    I have your blue ribbed nato for my FXD … perfect match… are planning in making lether nato straps… I think it will look awesome. Love your products.

    1. Mick says:

      Hi Dragos, thanks for your lovely feedback. We are considering makeing leather natos too, sign up to our newsletter and dont miss it 🙂 Cheers Mick

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