In March of 2023, Tudor released the Black Bay 54 at the Watches & Wonders tradeshow. I’ve seen this feeding frenzy before with the Baselworld 2018 release of the Black Bay 58. Another Black Bay. Should I care? Curiosity manifested and I asked my local Rolex/Tudor AD to let me know when they got one in (even if it’s already allocated).
A unique and indispensable resource, our Iteration Trackers provide chronological information on all iterations of a specific watch model. Model Overview The Tudor Black Bay Chrono combines elements of the brand’s vintage Prince Date Chronograph with various versions of the Rolex Daytona Chronograph. Launched in 2017, the first Tudor Chronograph involved a movement produced in… Read more »
The Skinny 39mm Stainless steel 200 meters water resistance Released March 2022 Price when released – $3675 on leather or fabric, $4000 on bracelet Movement – MT5662 GMT, integrated GMT function with jumping hour and date, auto-winding, certified chronometer Precision – +2secs/day on our timegrapher How The GMT Pro Nails The Rolex 1655 Vibe Well… Read more »
A unique and indispensable resource, our Iteration Trackers provide chronological information on all iterations of a specific watch model. Model Overview The Tudor Pelagos is meant for professional SCUBA diving. It takes features from vintage Tudor models, including the square markers and “snowflake” hands, but its construction is modern in titanium and with exceptional water… Read more »
A unique and indispensable resource, our Iteration Trackers provide chronological information on all iterations of a specific watch model. Model Overview The Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight is an immensely popular retro-styled dive watch taking inspiration from Rolex and Tudor Submariners dating from the 1950s through the 1970s. Taking it’s basic form from the larger 41mm… Read more »
Contributor and photographer Gareth Munden ponders his experience of virtual representations of vintage-inspired recreations, those recreations in person, and then asks how they stack up against vintage watches. Images by Gareth Munden. Tudor Ranger on loan from Stuart Young. Encountering The Virtual Tudor Ranger Via Social Media On Friday July the 8th 2022, I was… Read more »
The Skinny 41mm x 14.6mm Tudor Manufacture Calibre MT5652 GMT, 70-hour power reserve, COSC certification Steel and Gold 200m water resistance Release year: 2022 $4300 on straps, $5500 with bracelet Imitating Its Way to Uniqueness It can be difficult to intellectually separate Tudor from Rolex. Rolex owns Tudor, their mutual technologies are well known, and the… Read more »
The Skinny What Is The Tudor Black Bay 58? Tudor’s foray into dive watches began in 1954 when the Rolex subsidiary produced a lower-cost version of the Rolex Submariner, unsurprisingly called the Tudor Submariner. In 1999 Tudor discontinued its Submariner, then brought back their divers in 2012 with the smash hit 41mm Black Bay. In… Read more »
reviewed here is my favorite of them all. It’s so murky. The slate gray is so flipping good and it’s a color that will not be found on a modern Rolex. Dare to be born!
Countless people have asked me over the years if they should buy one or not. Here is everything that you need to know about the Tudor Black Bay GMT.