In the recent past, Tudor has promoted a selection of Black Bay models that have intrigued the circle of collectors, so the high-performance chronograph was a logical addition to the impressive offer.
Comprised of a modern aesthetics and Swiss tradition, this exotic timepiece features a 41mm steel case with bund leather strap, while gold components provide the luxury note.
This wristwatch is certainly one of the most daring timepieces that Tudor has made until today.
A matte black dial contrasts perfectly to champagne colored sub-counters. The hour indexes consist of applied markers with lume-fill, with the exception of 3:00 and 9:00 for sub-dials and 6:00 for the date window.
In the new Black Bay Chrono S&G yellow gold is presented in a number of details - it has gold pushers, crown, tachy scale, and the highly polished hands.
The seconds and minute subdials are well proportioned and easy to read. The red-tipped second chronograph hand pays homage to the retro look.
The addition of a red printed '200m:660 ft' inscription provides a subtle throwback to the unforgettable Tudor pieces of the glorious past, as a reminder of exceptional waterproofness.
On top of the case there is a fixed, gold bezel with a black and gold anodized aluminum insert, with a distinctly vintage feel.
Tudor Black Bay Chrono S&G is utterly cool on a bund strap, offering a completely authentic style. The 41mm chrono is in harmony with this nostalgically shaped, two-part leather bund strap.
Even though it stands out with its unusual proprortions and orginal shape, the bund strap provides an impressive wearing experience.
Having aesthetics aside, the Black Bay Chrono S&G presents a genuine horological breakthrough with its in-house chronograph movement. Officially entitled the manufacture chronograph Calibre MT5813, this chronograph offers superb features, and with a 70-hour power reserve it's more than practical to handle a track day or a swim adventure. Last but not the least, the movement is a COSC-certified chronometer.
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