Tudor Black Bay Chronograph 79360N
Tudor Black Bay Chronograph 79360N. 41mm steel case with polished and satin finish. Automatic Calibre MT5813 movement, backed by a 70 hour power reserve. Water resistant to 200 metres. Opaline black dial with silver hour markers, black sub-dials, with date window at the 6 o’clock position. Fixed 316L steel bezel with matt black anodised aluminium disc with tachymetric scale and silver markings. Riveted 316L steel bracelet with polished and satin finish with folding clasp and safety catch. Box and papers dated July 2022.
The Tudor Black Bay is a renowned line of luxury dive watches that is part of the Tudor brand, which is a sister company of Rolex. The Black Bay collection draws inspiration from Tudor’s rich diving heritage and the iconic Submariner models that were originally introduced in the 1950s.
The Tudor Black Bay made its debut in 2012 and quickly gained popularity among watch enthusiasts and collectors. The collection pays homage to Tudor’s vintage Submariner watches, combining classic design elements with modern manufacturing techniques and materials. The Black Bay watches feature a robust and versatile design, characterized by their large crown, unidirectional rotating bezel, and distinct dial configurations.
Over the years, Tudor has expanded the Black Bay collection, offering various models, sizes, and color options to cater to different tastes and preferences. These include models with stainless steel, bronze, and two-tone cases, as well as different dial colors, such as black, blue, and burgundy.
Tudor has also introduced different movement options within the Black Bay line. Initially equipped with ETA mechanical movements, Tudor later developed its in-house caliber, the MT5602, which features automatic winding and an impressive power reserve. This move showcased Tudor’s commitment to producing high-quality timepieces with reliable and accurate movements.
The Tudor Black Bay’s success can be attributed to its blend of vintage charm, modern reliability, and accessible pricing compared to its Rolex counterparts. The collection has become a favorite among watch enthusiasts, both for its timeless design and its association with Tudor’s heritage as a reputable watchmaker. The Black Bay has solidified its position as a true icon in the world of luxury dive watches.
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Expires July 2027
Available & In stock to order
|Cost of Watch||£3950|
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