Thank you alligoat and automatico for the information . I found myself very much with the same situation when I saw the watch in ebay. I thought the watch had something special and I just wanted to have it so badly. This was about ten years ago. I wore it quite often after the purchase and gradually lost interest, pressed by the need to try other watches from other brands. I could write a whole page about that, but the most important thing is that I have rediscovered the watch. I like the simplicity of its lines, love the unclatered dial and I believe me, I hadn't noticed the "Tudor" lolipop hour han, that raises the price of a Tudor Sub considerably.
Great watch, which I wear today and probably will wear much more often now, that I'm begioning to know its story.