Black Bay Steel
The Black Bay celebrates 60 years of diving watches with extraordinary heritage. The iconic model inherits the general aesthetics, as well as the domed dial and crystal from the first generation of Tudor diving watches. It also borrows the characteristic angular hands, widely known as snowflake, from the watches delivered in large quantities to the French National Navy in the 1970s.
41 mm steel case, Fabric strap
41 mm steel case with polished and satin finish
Unidirectional rotating bezel in steel with 60-minute graduated steel disc, black engraved markings
Khaki Fabric strap with buckle
Manufacture Calibre MT5612 (COSC) Self-winding mechanical movement with bidirectional rotor system
Screw-down steel winding crown, with the TUDOR rose engraved and black-lacquered, with black anodised aluminium winding crown tube
Domed sapphire crystal
Waterproof to 200 m (660 ft)
The Black Bay's general aesthetic lines, domed dial and crystal are inspired by the first Tudor diving watches. Particularly interesting is its particularly prominent winding crown, inspired by the famous reference 7924 of 1958, which is affectionately known as Big Crown.
Available in three colourways—blue, burgundy and black—the Tudor Black Bay is the modern wingman every daring individual needs. All three coloured variants come in three options: rivet steel bracelet, aged leather strap and matching jacquard fabric strap. Only the burgundy version has two fabric strap options—one in burgundy, the other in black. The Tudor Black Bay is equipped with the Tudor MT5602 Manufacture Calibre that has a 70-hour power reserve. This means its wearer can take the watch off on Friday and put it on again on Monday without having to wind it.