Tudor

NEW TUDOR BLACK BAY FIFTY-EIGHT NAVY BLUE

When the Black Bay Fifty-Eight was released at Baselworld two years ago, it quickly became one of the most talked about watches of the year. The Black Bay Fifty-Eight pays homage to Tudor’s first divers’ watches from the late 1950’s, with a smaller case size and retro dial and bezel that summon-up that golden age. This timepiece features a 39mm stainless steel case and is fitted with Tudor’s own manufacture Calibre MT5402 selfwinding mechanical movement. And now it's available with a stunning blue dial with matching blue bezel.

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ONES TO WATCH: TUDOR BLACK BAY GMT WATCH REVIEW

The Tudor Black Bay GMT is the first watch in the Black Bay collection to have a GMT complication. Normal watches tell the time with a minimum of two hands in one time zone but for some people, like the Pan Am pilots who the original GMT’s were designed for by Rolex in 1954, being able to instantly tell the time in more than one time zone is incredibly useful. GMT watches achieve usually achieve this by using an extra hand and in the case of the Black Bay GMT Tudor has added an extra all red snowflake hand.

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