There’s no doubt that the Black Bay, a historically inspired diver’s watch with a highly authentic appeal, is one of Tudor’s most important collections today. It also takes the spotlight at this year’s Watches and Wonders. In addition to the classic Black Bay with a 41mm diameter and the classic Black Bay Fifty-Eight with a 39mm case, Tudor now expands its popular range with the Black Bay 54, which boasts a domed black dial and honors the brand’s legacy in dive watches.
Its stainless steel case, water-resistant to 200 meters, features the same diameter as Tudor’s first divers’ watch, the reference 7922, which measured 37mm in diameter. In addition, the newcomer is equipped with an authentic unidirectional aluminum bezel devoid of minute graduations as in days of yore.
The Black Bay 54 is powered by the robust self-winding manufacture Calibre MT5400, which boasts a tungsten rotor, a non-magnetic silicon hairspring and a power reserve of 70 hours. It has a precision rate of -2/+4, tested on a fully assembled watch.
The Black Bay 54 is fitted with a satin-brushed 3-link steel bracelet, equipped with a system for rapid length adjustment of up to 8mm or a black rubber strap. Pricing starts at $4,350.
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