Tudor Watches: A Test of the Heritage Black Bay from the Tudor Watch Collection

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In the WatchTime magazine article, “Bay Watch,” WatchTime tested a Tudor watch, the Heritage Black Bay. Part of the brand’s vintage-inspired Heritage collection, it recalls the Tudor watches of nearly 50 years ago. To learn more about the Heritage Black Bay, read our free download, “WatchTime Spotlight: Tudor Watch.”

The Heritage Black Bay looks like a vintage Tudor watch and reminds one of the very early Tudor watches:  In 1964, Tudor launched a model called the Prince Submariner, designed to look like the Rolex Submariner. In 1946, Rolex founder Hans Wilsdorf, who created Tudor watches as a sister brand to Rolex watches, said, “For some years now I have been considering the idea of making a watch that our agents could sell at a more modest price than our Rolex watches, and yet one that would attain the standards of dependability for which Rolex (watches) are famous.” Is this still the standard for Tudor watches, today? What’s new about this Tudor watch? And what are “snowflake hands?” Find out more by downloading WatchTime’s article on the Heritage Black Bay.

Find the results of WatchTime’s in-depth, unbiased test of the Tudor Heritage Black Bay in the free download, “WatchTime Spotlight: Tudor Watch.” We evaluated its legibility, wearing comfort, movement and case; here, you’ll discover how the Black Bay compares to the historic Tudor watches that preceded it. Read our free download to find these and other answers to your questions about the Tudor Heritage Black Bay.

In WatchTime’s distinctive style, respected throughout the watch industry, we cover aspects such as this Tudor watch’s water-resistance and the accuracy of its movement. Is the Heritage Black Bay truly the perfect accompaniment for a sailing trip? Read WatchTime’s exclusive test in this free download, and you can be the judge.

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In this FREE download, WatchTime Spotlight on Tudor watch – Heritage Black Bay, you will learn more about:

  • The specs of this Tudor watch
  • Design details of this Tudor watch
  • The pros and cons of the Heritage Black Bay
  • WatchTime’s scores for this Tudor watch

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This promotional article was originally published in 2014 and has been updated.

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  1. Acrowot

    It seems that my remarks of the Omega Constellation that I bought in 1955 have vanished! Well, at the same time as I purchased my Omega, a friend of mine bought a Tudor Prince. He still had the Tudor Prince the last time I saw him about ten years ago and it was still working fine, but he has since then past away. So his Tudor Prince was a far better watch than the Omega Constellation that I had.

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