Tudor presents the new Black Bay Bronze
Heir to the bronze model of 2016, it is proposed with a new slate gray dial shaded from the outside towards the center and with a unidirectional 60-minute graduated bronze bezel with matt slate gray anodized aluminum disc. The 43 mm case of the Black Bay Bronze is naturally in bronze: an aluminum and copper alloy often used for marine applications due to its high resistance to corrosion.
The Black Bay Bronze is driven by the Tudor MT5601 manufactured movement, self-winding with a two-way rotor and a 70-hour power reserve certified by the COSC chronometer. With a diameter of 33.8 mm, the MT5601 is the largest caliber ever made by the shield brand. The visible rotor is satin-finished with sandblasted details, while the bridges and sinker have polished and sandblasted surfaces alternating with laser decorations. The balance wheel is fixed by a passing bridge with two fixing points and the spiral is antimagnetic in silicon. The sapphire crystal is convex and the watch is water resistant to 200 meters, with a PVD-treated bronze-colored steel bottom.
Completing the whole is a round black nubuck strap or a slate gray fabric with a bronze ardillon buckle.
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