Tudor Black Bay

Tudor Black Bay wristwatch has a noble satin and polished stainless steel case with a size of 41 mm. The dial is adorned by a bezel that can be rotated in all directions. This is also made of stainless steel and contains a number disc made of matte black aluminum.

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High precision self-winding mechanical movement

The watch houses the manufacture movement caliber MT5602. It is a self-winding mechanical movement. The rotor system can be wound in both directions. The power reserve is an incredible 70 hours.

Sapphire crystal with special robustness

The dial is domed and is protected by a sapphire crystal, which is also domed. Along with diamonds, sapphire is considered one of the hardest materials and is thus as good as resistant to scratches. The winding crown of the Tudor Black Bay is made of stainless steel and contains the Tudor Rose in black lacquer. Last but not least, the Tudor Black Bay features a water resistance of up to 200 meters.

Tudor - second brand of Rolex

The birth of the prestigious Swiss watch brand Tudor can be traced back to 1926. At that time, the watch factory " Veuve de Philippe Hüther" registered the brand Tudor on behalf of Hans Wilsdorf. After the end of the Second World War, Hans Wilsdorf founded the company "Montres Tudor S.A." and thus gave the Tudor brand its own identity. As a result, Tudor specialized equally in men's and women's collections. Rolex, of which Tudor was a secondary brand, took over the guarantee of technical, aesthetic and functional characteristics from that time on. In 1947, the logo, which initially included a coat of arms, was replaced by the stylishly written company name. The crew of the North Greenland expedition in 1952 and several naval units of France and the USA were equipped with Tudor watches. Watches of the brand Tudor are characterized by a high robustness under for the ability to withstand even in continuous use extreme loads.