Tudor Heritage Black Bay Watch Real Shot

[Special Report from Watch House Basel] On April 25, 2013, the annual watch industry event Basel International Watch Fair kicked off. The watch house team went to Switzerland. Bring the report of the exhibition to everyone at the front.

 In 2012, Tudor will continue its unique style, introducing two watches that combine elegance and performance. To pay tribute to the brand’s long history, HERITAGE Black Bay reinterprets watchmaking standards that were influential in the history of diving watches in the 1950s. In addition, Pelagos, which combines superb craftsmanship, is waterproof to a depth of 500 meters. The sporty design and reliable performance of this watch will meet the needs of marine and diving enthusiasts. With these two timepieces designed for the ocean, not only the traditional craftsmanship of Tudor for over 60 years, but also the creative ingenuity of drawing inspiration from history and creating fashionable designs.

 The new Tudor Heritage Black Bay seen in the picture, as if it had been a long-disappearing treasure again. The design inspiration of this series is inspired by the glorious history of the brand, and a new interpretation of the most classic models among them, once again perfectly interpreting the spirit of the Tudor replica. Heritage Black Bay was inspired by a diver’s watch introduced in 1954. The design incorporates modern and popular elements. From the introduction of this watch to the 1980s, Tudor continued to innovate and improve this style. Its arched dial is exquisitely retro, with rare burgundy bezels and ‘snowflake’ hands, which make this classic watch even more remarkable in many dive watches. At the same time, this watch is also equipped with three different straps for everyone to choose from, which can be described as very intimate.

 In addition to the differences in straps, I believe that many people will be attracted by the bright red bezel when they first see the watch. A classic continuation, the 41mm stainless steel case and unidirectional rotating outer ring are tailored for divers. The second is the use of snowflake pointers, which seems to have brought us back 50 years ago. The watch is water-resistant to 200 meters.

Summary: At present, it is understood that the price of this watch is around 25,000. As a memory of classics, this watch has still been loved by many people. I have also found that many people have bought this watch, which is still good in terms of appearance, and it is still a very good purchase option in this price range.

The pictures and information collected by the reporting team in front of the Watch House will be uploaded to the special topics in Basel, so stay tuned.

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