TUDOR is expanding the offering of the Black Bay 32, 36 and 41 models, which are now all available in an S&G version with a new five-link yellow gold and steel bracelet, exclusive to these models.
Just as sporty and even more elegant than ever, the Black Bay 32/36/41 S&G (Steel & Gold) models retain the aesthetic features of the Black Bay line, together with the reliability and historical connection to TUDOR divers’ watches. In the same spirit as the brand’s previous S&G models, this introduction adds a precious quality to the timepiece. Combining polished and satin-brushed
steel together with satin-brushed yellow gold surfaces offers a subtle contrast and distinction as well as warmth to the case and bracelet. The choice between a lacquered black or sunray satin-brushed champagne-coloured dial allows the wearer to further refine the watch’s aesthetics, bringing distinction for the former and radiance for the latter.
A NEW BRACELET
The Black Bay 32/36/41 S&G line offers a new five-link yellow gold and steel bracelet, available exclusively with these models. The exterior links are satinbrushed steel, while the central links are polished steel. The two rows of intermediate links are satin-brushed yellow gold. This supple, comfortable bracelet is dressy without being formal and is anchored in TUDOR traditions, playing with contrasting colours and finishes to bring a new style to the Black Bay 32/36/41 models.
THE ESSENCE OF BLACK BAY
Like other models in the Black Bay line, the 32, 36 and 41 S&G models feature a dial inspired by the TUDOR divers’ watches produced in the 1950’s. They adopt the characteristic angular hands known to collectors as “snowflake” that appeared in the brand’s 1969 catalogue. Finally, the large winding crown, characteristic of the first generation of TUDOR divers’ watches, is also adopted in these new models. The Black Bay line is the result of the subtle blend of traditional aesthetics and contemporary watchmaking. Far from simply being an identical re-release of a classic, it brings together over 60 years of TUDOR divers’ watches and yet remains firmly anchored in the present. Whilst it is neovintage in conception, its manufacturing techniques, reliability, robustness and the quality of its finish are consistent with today’s most rigorous requirements.
REFERENCES 79583, 79503, 79543
32, 36 or 41 mm steel case with
polished and satin finish
Yellow gold bezel with satin finish
Yellow gold screw-down winding crown with the TUDOR rose in relief
Black or champagne-coloured
Waterproof to 150 m (500 ft)
Steel and yellow gold bracelet, 5 links, polished and satin-brushed finish, with folding clasp and safety catch
Self-winding mechanical movement,
Central hour, minute and second hands
Approximately 38 hours