TUDOR’s tradition of creating unique diving timepieces dates back in 1958. Named after that historical year, the Black Bay Fifty-Eight “Navy Blue” is the last inheritor of an extremely popular collection that proved to be as performing in challenging conditions as in the high tempo of everyday's life.
The navy blue color irresistibly reminds of the mysteries of the deep sea while symbolizing an unmistakable elegance. TUDOR’s special bond with the navy blue color starts back in 1969, when the brand introduced a diving model with a blue dial and bezel.
The Black Bay Fifty-Eight “Navy Blue” naturally showcases the TUDOR blue color, and combines it with all the charisma and extraordinary characteristics of the Black Bay Fifty-Eight series. The result is a timepiece that is primarily designed for the underwater enthusiasts and has at the same time all the requisites to rise to all challenges of life.
Because it was designed for professional divers, the Black Bay Fifty-Eight “Navy Blue” is waterproof up to 200 meters and keeps being readable even in the most demanding environments. The recognizable hands as well as the markers are filled with a luminous substance, in order to ensure flawless visibility.
Hidden behind the closed back of the 39mm steel case, the MT5402 caliber of the “Navy Blue” timepiece is a COSC certified mechanism that operates at a frequency of 4Hz and offers a three-days power reserve. This means you can leave your timepiece to rest over the weekend and wear it back on Monday morning: it will be ready for a new challenging week, without any need to re-wind it.
In the spirit of the Black Bay Fifty-Eight collection, the case is covered with a rounded crystal glass with an anti-reflective layer, surrounded by a one-way rotating aluminium ring. In comparison to the other models of the collection, the Black Bay Fifty-Eight “Navy Blue” features a stunning navy blue ring with a matte effect, accentuated by the silver shade of the triangular marker in the 12-hour position.
We would be delighted to show you this truly unique model, created for the elegant adventurers alike, in our Petite Genève Petrović boutiques.
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