Unlike with current Tudor models, for many years Rolex's lower price Tudor watches closely emulated the designs of Rolex's Oysters. Here is a picture of a Tudor Oysterquartz. Note that the bezel and integrated bracelet design of this watch is very similar to the Quartz Date 5100. As with the Tudor Automatics, the Tudor Oysterquartz used an ETA movement, not the Rolex 5035.
Photo by Neil (originally posted on the WTF Rolex forum).
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