News: Tudor – Watches And Wonders 2021
Watches and Wonders is a big event—there is no denying that. Brand after brand competing for your attention, how are you meant to keep up with it all? Well, have no fear, Watchfinder is here! In this article, we break down the newest releases from Tudor.
For this year’s Watches and Wonders, Tudor has updated a few fan favourites, including the…
Black Bay Chrono
This piece boasts a new, well, everything—dial, bezel, case and strap. The case is just 14.4mm in thickness, the dial comes in black with white sub dials and vice-versa—making for a sporty aesthetic—while the steel bezel is fixed with a Tachymeter scale. Inside, the MT5813 chronograph calibre is robust enough for all elements, packing in a 70-hour power reserve.
Black Bay Fifty-Eight 925
A new member of the Black Bay family, this Fifty-Eight 925 makes a statement being the first sterling silver diving watch. Coming in with a 39mm case and featuring a taupe dial and bezel, this watch looks oh-so-chic and understated. What’s more, the MT5400 calibre ensures this piece is a hardy companion for every day.
Black Bay Fifty-Eight 18-Karat Gold
This piece builds off of the aforementioned Black Bay Fifty-Eight but adds a little more pizzazz. Comprising a solid, brushed, 18-karat yellow gold case and bezel with a green dial, this watch offers an understated slice of luxury. What’s more the MT5400 calibre is visible through the open case back—pretty cool for a diving watch, huh?
With the creation of these three beauties, a few more promises—including longer service intervals and an extended warranty—and a silver dial’d Black Bay 32,34 and 41, Tudor has definitely got my attention—how about you?
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