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Black Bay P01
Automatic movement
Reference: 70150
CHF 3 750
Stainless steel, leather strap
Case diameter: 42 mm
Available from July 2019

The Black Bay P01 is based on a legendary prototype developed in the late 1960s and offered to the US Navy, and in doing so lifts the veil on a little-known aspect of its history. Tudor has been supplying the US Navy with divers’ watches since the late 1950s. The TUDOR Black Bay P01 – which stands for “Prototype 1” – is inspired by a prototype developed in 1967 as part of a study and stored in the company’s archives.The hinged end-link system on the original prototype was the subject of a patent in 1968, which covered a locking and dismantling system for the bezel to aid maintenance of the watch. The Black Bay P01 model borrows from this mechanism, providing a stop system for the bidirectional rotating bezel via a mobile end-link at 12 o’clock.

Black Bay Chrono S&G
Automatic movement
Reference: 79363N
CHF 6 500
Stainless steel & yellow gold, metal bracelet
Case diameter: 41 mm
Available from June 2019

The first Tudor chronograph with a self-winding manufacture calibre, column wheel and vertical clutch is now available in a “Steel & Gold” (S&G) version. With a 70-hour power reserve, a silicon balance spring and certification from the Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC), this model is driven by a high-performance movement, the manufacture chronograph Calibre MT5813.

Black Bay Bronze
Automatic movement
Reference: 79250BA
CHF 3 850
Bronze, fabric strap
Case diameter: 43 mm
Available from April 2019

The central feature of the Black Bay Bronze model is its 43-millimetre bronze case, an aesthetic reference to the brass used in old ships and diving equipment. This “living” metal, whose appearance changes over time, is a high-performance aluminium and copper alloy used in naval engineering particularly for submerged parts that need to be highly resistant to corrosion. The combination of a slate-grey dial, shaded from the exterior to the centre, and a bezel coupled with gold accents on the hands and hour markers completes the aesthetics of this timepiece.

Black Bay S&G
Automatic movement

Reference: 79543
CHF 3 950
Stainless steel & yellow gold, metal bracelet
Case diameter: 41 mm

Reference: 79503
CHF 3 850
Stainless steel & yellow gold, metal bracelet
Case diameter: 36 mm

Reference: 79583
CHF 3 750
Stainless steel & yellow gold, metal bracelet
Case diameter: 32 mm
Available from May 2019

Tudor has expanded its range of Black Bay 41, 36 and 32 models. They are now all available in a S&G version with a new and – for this model – exclusive five-link yellow gold and steel bracelet. Like other models in the Black Bay family, these versions feature a dial inspired by the Tudor divers’ watches produced during the 1950s. They also adopt the characteristic angular hands, known among collectors as “snowflake”, that first appeared in the brand’s 1969 catalogue.

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