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.
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.
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Tudor Black Bay needs no introduction. However, we are going to remind you about importance of this highly versatile wristwatch.
Symbolically named after the year the brand was founded, the new Tudor 1926 offers a range of mechanical watches that are at once timeless and elegant.
In 1954, Tudor set out on a new path in wristwatch lineup. It was in the year when first Tudor divers watch the Oyster Prince Submariner saw the light of day.
Nicknamed “Midnight Blue” by aficionados of the brand, the Tudor Heritage Black Bay with its blue bezel displays the charming visual contrasts. The Heritage Black Bay has been recently updated with a mechanical MT5602 COCS movement manufactured by Tudor.
The Black Bay family is growing with the arrival of the attractive Dark version. A new addition to the Heritage line this diver's watch in matt black steel treated with PVD draws its characteristic elements from Tudor's history.