TUDOR introduces the Black Bay P01 Ref. 70150, a watch based on a legendary prototype developed in the late 1960s and proposed to the US Navy. Crafted in a contemporary sporty spirit, while at the same time adopting the principle of the winding crown at 4 o’clock and the prominent end-links of the 1960s model, the Black Bay P01 reflects the exploratory nature of the project, a cross between a divers’ watch and a navigator’s watch.
Black Bay P01 Ref. 70150 is waterproof to 200 metres and features hours, minutes, seconds and date functions. It is fitted with a domed matt-black dial with painted luminescent hour markers. Respecting the utilitarian aesthetic of the prototype that inspired it, the case is entirely satin-brushed for a matt finish. The Manufacture Calibre MT5612 drives the Black Bay P01 model.
TUDOR introduces the Black Bay P01 Ref. 70150, a watch based on a legendary prototype developed in the late 1960s
The famous Black Bay Bronze model, winner of the “Petite Aiguille” prize at the 2016 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève and a symbol of TUDOR’s naval heritage, is now available in a new slate-grey model with shaded dial. Following the introduction of the first bronze model, a Black Bay with a chocolate brown dial, TUDOR continues to explore this rare bronze material with its characteristic patina.
A new colour scheme based on slate grey now embellishes the dial and bezel of this imposing divers’ watch, whose aesthetics change over time and whose naval inspiration can be found in every detail. The impressive Black Bay Bronze Ref. 79250BA also offers high technical performance thanks to its Manufacture Calibre MT5601.
Symbol of TUDOR’s naval heritage, Black Bay Ref. 79250BA, is now available in a new slate-grey model with shaded dial.
TUDOR is expanding the offering of the Black Bay 32, 36 and 41 models, which are now all available in an S&G version with a new five-link yellow gold and steel bracelet, exclusive to these models. Just as sporty and even more elegant than ever, the Black Bay 32/36/41 S&G (Steel & Gold) models retain the aesthetic features of the Black Bay line, together with the reliability and historical connection to TUDOR divers’ watches.
In the same spirit as the brand’s previous S&G models, this introduction adds a precious quality to the timepiece. Combining polished and satin-brushed steel together with satin-brushed yellow gold surfaces offers a subtle contrast and distinction as well as warmth to the case and bracelet. The choice between a lacquered black or sunray satin-brushed champagne-coloured dial allows the wearer to further refine the watch’s aesthetics, bringing distinction for the former and radiance for the latter.
TUDOR is expanding the offering of the Black Bay 32, 36 and 41 models, which are now all available in an S&G version with a new five-link yellow gold and steel bracelet, exclusive to these models.
The first TUDOR chronograph, with a self-winding Manufacture Calibre, column wheel and vertical clutch is now available in an S&G version. Since the presentation of TUDOR’s first chronograph in 1970, of the Oysterdate, the brand has always produced watches that are closely tied to the world of motorsports. In the same way, since 1954 TUDOR has been constantly improving its professional divers’ watches.
The daringly hybrid Black Bay Chrono S&G chronograph (S&G stands for Steel & Gold) combines this aquatic heritage, represented by the Black Bay family, with the queen of the racetrack, the chronograph, for a precious sporty-chic result with an undeniable touch of nostalgia. TUDOR Black Bay Chrono S&G Ref. 79363N is fitted with Manufacture Calibre MT5813.
The daringly hybrid Black Bay Chrono S&G chronograph combines this aquatic heritage with the chronograph, for a precious sporty-chic result with an undeniable touch of nostalgia.