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UNVEILING TUDOR’S NEW DARING WATCH MODELS

UNVEILING TUDOR’S NEW DARING WATCH MODELS
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At Watches & Wonders 2024, TUDOR unveiled four new additions to its daring product range. These new watches retain signature elements from the brand’s past while paving the way forward with technical innovations that point to the future.

Black Bay 58 GMT

Meet the Black Bay 58 GMT, an entirely new addition to the Black Bay line, featuring the Black Bay 58’s signature 39mm case, fitted with TUDOR’s new mid-size GMT Manufacture Calibre MT5450-U. 

The bezel is burgundy and black with a gilt 24-hour scale, keeping with the general design language of the Black Bay line. The design is reminiscent of a time when TUDOR divers’ watches were first being made and jet planes were moving through times zones faster than ever before.

The Black Bay 58 is the perfect match for a GMT function, and with the Black Bay 58 GMT, the jet-setter’s ultimate function comes with a touch of mid-century elegance.

Black Bay

TUDOR’s latest iteration of the Black Bay featuring a monochromatic aesthetic, available with a 5-link stainless steel bracelet with polished and satin finishes, featuring the TUDOR “T-fit” clasp.

Alongside the third-generation Black Bay with burgundy bezel, this new iteration features a monochromatic look with an inky black dial and applied rhodium-plated hour markers and hands for a modern aesthetic. It retains the “Original” Black Bay proportions of a 41mm case in stainless steel with a thinner profile and a 60-minute unidirectional black bezel with silver accents.

TUDOR has successfully submitted this new model for tests to obtain Master Chronometer certification. This certification, offered by a Swiss government body, METAS, requires a substantial number of changes to a regular TUDOR Manufacture Calibre and comes as an independent confirmation of the exceptional quality of the TUDOR watches.

Black Bay 58 18K

Meet the new TUDOR Black Bay 58 18K, featuring a 39mm gold case, solid gold 3-link bracelet, “golden green” dial and bezel and a COSC-certified Manufacture Calibre.

The Black Bay 58 18K is the first TUDOR divers’ watch to be made in 18 ct solid yellow gold, offered with an open case back. And now it comes with a matching all satin-finished 18 ct yellow gold bracelet to boot.

Entirely satin-finished for a matt effect, the 18 ct yellow gold case is another first for a TUDOR divers’ watch. An open case back reveals the new Manufacture Calibre MT5400. The matt 18 ct yellow gold of the Black Bay 58 18K is emphasised by the combination of dial and bezel, which are a rich “golden green” in tone with matt gold details. A colour palette fittingly matched by the fabric strap offered with this model, complete with 18 ct yellow gold buckles.

Another first for a TUDOR diving watch, the Black Bay 58 18K now comes with a solid gold 3-link bracelet featuring the TUDOR “T-fit” clasp, an ingenuous system for rapid length adjustment. Easy to use, requiring no tools and offering five positions, this practical touch allows wearers to carry out a fine, instant adjustment of the total length of the bracelet along an adjustment window of 8mm. The clasp features ceramic ball bearings that ensure a smooth and secure closure in addition to adding a pleasing tactile element to the action of the clasp.

Clair de Rose

With a nod to its past aesthetic codes, TUDOR presents its signature “TUDOR Blue” dial on the bold yet delicate Clair de Rose, available with Roman numerals or diamond hour markers.

Ever since 1969 when TUDOR first introduced its signature blue dial on the TUDOR Submariner, TUDOR has incorporated blue dials into its aesthetic code on many of the models in its range. TUDOR Blue isn’t a specific shade of blue, but rather, it’s the idea that the color has come to be closely associated with TUDOR and historically has appeared frequently in the model line-up.

One of the most recognisable features of the Clair de Rose is its striking winding crown, adorned with a precious spinel cabochon. The crown is set against a robust case, waterproof to a depth 100 metres (330 ft) and produced in Switzerland from a block of 316L stainless steel.

Charlotte von Paschutka