The chic chronograph in the Black Bay line in steel and yellow gold, with a self-winding Manufacture Calibre, featuring a column wheel and vertical clutch, follows in the purest tradition of sporting timepieces.Explore
The iconic Black Bay GMT model with integrated Manufacture Calibre GMT is now also available in a S&G (Steel & Gold) version, featuring warm colours and a nostalgic touch.
TUDOR presents a new technical model with a whole new aesthetic. Named Black Bay Pro, it has a 39-millimetre diameter, a fixed steel bezel and a Manufacture Calibre with built-in GMT function.
TUDOR joins Alinghi Red Bull Racing as Main Partner in their quest for the 37th America's Cup.
TUDOR goes to Nazaré (again) and this time is joining forces with Nic Von Rupp, a Portuguese local legend big wave surfer.
The new millennium’s most precious and indeed most surprising Tudor watch has made its debut with the Black Bay Fifty-Eight 18K: crafted from solid 18ct yellow gold with an open case back – both feats being an absolute first in a Tudor divers’ watch.
With the Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight 925, the Swiss manufacture has launched a special new version of its highly popular Black Bay Fifty-Eight model.
The Tudor Black Bay Steel presents the essence of Black Bay in a sleek, all-steel form where case and bezel are all crafted from exposed stainless steel.
Just a year after Rolex launched the first of its Submariner divers’ watches, sister-brand Tudor debuted its Oyster Prince Submariner reference 7922 in 1954 – and so the long and rich lineage of the Tudor dive watch was born.
2021 saw Rolex and Tudor join Watches & Wonders, the global digital event where fans of the brands could eagerly anticipate and celebrate the introduction of their latest watch novelties.
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.
Tudor Black Bay was born out of a desire to create a timepiece that was durable, accurate, and elegant – a simple goal to state but an extremely difficult one to achieve.
Tudor once again illustrates its ability to honour its past.
TUDOR’s Black Bay Fifty-Eight „Navy Blue“ wins the „Challenge“ Prize at the 2020 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, making it the sixth award TUDOR has received in its eight years of participating.
The TUDOR collection has a selection of models that celebrate the brand's memorable heritage as a supplier of divers' watches to some of the largest navies in the world over the past six decades.
Since it was introduced for the first time, the Tudor Black Bay has remained untouched by the time that passed away, maintaining its unique features.
In 2012, Tudor released popular Heritage Black Bay collection.
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