Black Bay Fifty-Eight Navy Blue
Among others aesthetic nods to the historic TUDOR divers watch, The Black Bay Fifty-Eight "Navy Blue" offers a 39mm diametercase, ideal for slim wrists and people who like more compact watches.
Black Bay Chrono S&G
New version of the Black Bay Chrono model in Steel and Gold. With an automatic Manufacture caliber MT5813 (COSC), a 41mm case, water-resistant up to 200 meters. Due to its fixed yellow gold bezel with black anodized aluminum tachymeter scale and an exclusive yellow gold and steel bracelet, it is the perfect watch for those who want to mix and match elegance and sportiness.
Black Bay Bronze
The characteristic element of the Black Bay Bronze is an imposing bronze case, 43mm in diameter, which is an aesthetic reference to the use of bronze in historic ships and other diving equipment. The highperformance aluminium bronze alloy, guarantees the development of a unique patina to match its user´s habits. A combination of chocolatebrown dial and bezel – a first for Tudor – with golden and beige accents, completes the model´s look.
Black Bay P01
The Tudor Black Bay P01 model wich stands for prototype 1, is inspired by a prototype developed as part of a study in the late 1960s and kept in the brand´s archives, only to have its unique aesthetic brought to live and mass produced 50 years later.
Black Bay GMT
The Black Bay GMT is an extension of the Black Bay line with a highly functional complication: a multiple time-zone function – also known as a GMT function. Recognisable by its rotatable bezel, which derives its deep blue and burgundy colour theme from other models in the Black Bay line, but in a matt version, the Black Bay GMT is also a nod to the early days of this watchmaking function.
Named LHD for Left Hand Drive, the Pelagos for left-handed divers features a winding stem positioned to the left of the case, so that the watch can be worn on the right wrist. In a nod to its past, the TUDOR Pelagos evokes the brand´s history of dive watches. During the 1970s, the French Navy commissioned bespoke models for its left-handed divers.
Black Bay 41
The Black Bay 41 feature a dial inspired by the TUDOR divers watches produced during the 1950s. They feature a prominent winding crown as a nod to the famous 7924 reference of 1958, aka the Big Crown, while its characteristic angular hands, known as "Snowflakes", were borrowed from the TUDOR watches used by the French National Navy in the 1970s.
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