Baselworld 2016: Tudor Heritage Black Bay compilation

 

 

Tudor  Heritage Black Bay Dark

 

 

Tudor Heritage Black Bay
Tudor Heritage Black Bay

 

Tudor Heritage Black Bay
Tudor Heritage Black Bay

 

Tudor Heritage Black Bay
Tudor Heritage Black Bay

 

Tudor Heritage Black Bay
Tudor Heritage Black Bay

 

Tudor Heritage Black Bay
Tudor Heritage Black Bay

 

Tudor Heritage Black Bay
Tudor Heritage Black Bay

 

Tudor Heritage Black Bay
Tudor Heritage Black Bay

 

Tudor Heritage Black Bay
Tudor Heritage Black Bay

 

Tudor Heritage Black Bay
Tudor Heritage Black Bay

 

Tudor Heritage Black Bay
Tudor Heritage Black Bay

 

 

CASE

Black PVD-treated steel, 41 mm, satin finish

BEZEL

Unidirectional rotatable steel bezel in black PVD-treated steel with matt black anodised aluminium disc

MOVEMENT

MT5602, Manufacture Tudor (COSC) self-winding mechanical movement with bidirectional rotor system

POWER RESERVE

Approximately 70 hours

WINDING CROWN

Screw-down winding crown in black PVD-treated steel engraved with the Tudor rose

DIAL

Black, domed

CRYSTAL

Domed sapphire crystal

WATERPROOFNESS

Waterproof to 200 m

BRACELET

Black PVD-treated steel bracelet or aged leather strap with matt black PVD-treated folding clasp and safety catch

Additional fabric strap with black PVD-treated buckle included in the box

SWISS PRICE (VAT incl.) from CHF 3’950.-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 Comments

  • Tudor broke the chains from Rolex and that is great! Love BB, especially now with in-house mvt. I like all, but if I had the opportunity, Bronze would be my choice!

  • Nice to see Tudor isn’t charging an arm & a leg for in house movements. Perhaps they’ve taken a good lesson from Frederique Constant/Alpina.

    IMHO, “manufacture” movements need not be a whole bunch more expensive than a caliber from ETA or Selitta.

    Bravo Tudor.

    BTW, the bronze doesn’t look all that bronze in the pictures. Would love to see it in person, in the 6 months or whatever it takes to get from Basel to the US. ‘-)

  • Daar Alexander, these black bay watchers look good, tudor is going places Rolex will never go and that is a complement to the brand. I hope tudor will stay on this track, Rolex has become to much gold, platinum, diamonds for me.

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