Introducing: The Tudor Heritage Black Bay Dark, PVD-Coated, 41 mm, In-House, And Chronometer Certified (Official U.S. Pricing)
While the previous Bronze Black Bay was increased to 43 mm, the Dark remaining parts at the natural and welcomed 41 mm breadth. The case is steel however treated with PVD, a training that, truth be told, feels a little obsolete when we presently have DLC, and for sure the chance of clay cases (which Tudor themselves offer). The case is completely silk completed and a coordinating dark arm band is an alternative here. What’s more is that this Black Bay comes with the assembling development MT5602, which presents a solid 70-hour power save. Furthermore, this watch is really chronometer certified!
The watch is offered on a dark PVD arm band or troubled calfskin, and both with an incredible dim NATO-style lash. At long last, you’ll see that the profundity rating is written in red – which you realize the vintage folks will love.
Price will be $4,150 on lash and $4,475 on wristband. More subtleties here .
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