Presented at Baselworld 2017, the famous Black Bay TUDOR underwater watch is available in a new version made entirely of steel.
 
An evergreen model that has just turned fifty years old and is the first of the Black Bay family to present a datebook.
Animated by the MT5612 manufacturer's gauge guarantees a 70-hour autonomy with a frequency of 28,800 alternations per hour, or 4Hz, the movement is equipped with a variable inertia regulator with silicon rocker spiral. Additionally, the MT5612 caliber is provided with a stopwatch certificate issued by the COSC.

Its distinctive features are linked to the brand's past. The dial and the glass are a reference to the very first TUDOR underwater watches. The protruding crown recalls the reference number 7924 of 1958 called "Big Crown" (or crown), while the snow-covered hands known as "snowflake" are resumed by the watches provided to the French Navy in the 1970s. The indication of the deepest depth of red engraved on the dial is a rarity only found in some references 7923 of 1955.
 
The 41 mm steel case is shiny and satin. The unidirectional stainless steel bezel is 60 minutes long with steel disc and incised black graduations. The stainless steel screw crown engraves the black lacquered TUDOR pink and black anodized aluminum coronain tube.

Big but proportionate Heritage Black Bay Steel has an Oyster-like steel bracelet that resembles those mounted by all Tudor / Rolex's in the 50s and 60s. Wanting the watch is also available with an aged leather strap and both have an additional NATO strap.
 
Bedetti, official TUDOR dealer, awaits you at its Piazza San Silvestro shop to show you all the novelties of the brand name.