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Tudor Unveils the Black Bay Bronze

Today, a day before Baselworld 2016 is due to official begin, we learned of 2 new watches released by Tudor, both from their ever-popular Black Bay range, and we're very excited to share them with you. 

First up is the worst-kept secret for Baselworld 2016: the Black Bay Bronze. While at first glance the watch looks like it's just a bronze version of the standard Black Bay, there are many other details that show up upon closer inspection. For instance, the Bronze Bay (as we'll probably all end up calling it) is in a slightly larger case than the other Black Bay models, clocking in at a very diver-friendly 43mm diameter. The Black Bay Bronze features Tudor's 3rd use of an in-house movement, the MT5601, with an impressive 70 hour power reserve.

The addition of the in-house movement prompted Tudor to change some of the dial text as well, showcasing the movement's chronometer rating. The old-school rose logo just under the 12 marker has also been replaced with the newer Shield logo.

 



 

The watch comes on a beautiful aged leather strap as well as a matching NATO strap. We can't wait for this to hit our stores in Australia later this year!

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