Building on its reputation for creating emblematic models chosen by the boldest adventurers, this year TUDOR presents unique versions of its Black Bay Fifty-Eight model. On the 50th anniversary of its first chronograph, TUDOR is relaunching its Black Bay Chrono model in steel, and is also introducing new versions of the Black Bay 32/36/41 and 1926.
To mark 50 years of its chronographs, TUDOR is relaunching its Black Bay Chrono model in steel with a reworked case and two dial options with contrasting sub-counters. The recognisable characteristics of the Black Bay are preserved in a steel case with a 41-millimetre diameter. A fixed bezel in stainless steel with a tachymetric scale insert in black anodised aluminium completes the distinguished appearance of this sporty new chronograph. The Black Bay Chrono model is equipped with Manufacture Chronograph Calibre MT5813, with a 70-hour power reserve. Available in two versions, matt black or opaline, the dial includes two hollowed sub-counters in contrasting colours, matt black and white opaline respectively, for optimum readability. This distinctive model is available on a steel bracelet, a black strap, and, in keeping with the spirit of the “1970s racing”, on an aged black leather strap.
TUDOR is introducing a bold new version of its popular model, the Black Bay Fifty-Eight, in solid 18 ct yellow gold with an open case back. The matt 18 ct yellow gold of the Black Bay Fifty-Eight 18K is emphasised by the elegant combination of dial and bezel, which are a rich “golden green” in tone with matt gold details. The same colour palette is found on the fabric and leather strap offered with this model. The Calibre MT5400, which powers the Black Bay Fifty-Eight 18K, displays hour, minute and second functions, and stores a 70-hour power reserve.
TUDOR also launched one more version of a popular Black Bay Fifty-Eight model in 925 silver offering an open case back. Ideal for slim wrists and vintage enthusiasts. The properties of this alloy are such that use does not affect the appearance of the case of the Black Bay Fifty-Eight 925. The silver case of the Black Bay Fifty-Eight 925 is also accentuated by its dial, which is taupe in colour, and its matching bezel insert. The same colour palette is found on the fabric and leather strap offered with this model. The Calibre MT5400, which powers the Black Bay Fifty-Eight 1925, displays hour, minute and second functions, and stores a 70-hour power reserve.
Designed for both men and women, the Black Bay 41, 36 and 32 models retain the aesthetics of the Black Bay line, particularly the characteristic angular “Snowflake” hands, as well as its reliability and long-standing connection to TUDOR divers’ watches. The satin sun-brushed silver dial, with applique hour markers and hands with the Swiss Super-LumiNova® phosphorescent material, has been introduced to the collection. This shade offer outstanding contrast and clarity, while luminescent hour markers help ensure legibility in all conditions.
With the 1926 line, TUDOR pays tribute to its early history with a range of mechanical watches that are timeless and elegant. A classic watch for women and men, the TUDOR 1926 comes in four sizes with a wide choice of dials. TUDOR presented a new dial, now in white, and the brown leather strap lined with rubber for additional comfort and enhanced durability.