Speaking of the birth of Tudor, it can be traced back to 1926. This year Hans Wilsdorf registered the trademark ” TUDOR”. Since then, Tudor has continuously presented its exceptional watches. Beginning in 1954, Tudor watches worked hard in the field of diving to start the Tudor diving journey. This year, Tudor’s new Black Bay Chronograph Gold and Steel watch boldly blends the essence of diving watches and classic chronographs in the racing world, presenting us in a unique style. (Watch model: 79363N)
Tudor not only has a different relationship with the diving field but is also committed to creating sports watches related to motorsports. Today, the new Black Bay Chronograph Gold&Steel model of Tudor combines these two important areas. It presented a watch that is very sporty, with a retro and nostalgic look, giving us more and more innovative watch options.
The watch has a watch diameter of 41 mm, and the case is made of stainless steel. From the side, the surface of the watch is treated with a polishing process, showing a warm and clean metal luster.
The watch is equipped with a gold fixed bezel and a black anodized aluminum speedometer word ring. It combines sporty and elegant style on one watch, extremely unique.
The gold screw-in winding crown is engraved with Tudor’s classic rose logo and polished with a non-slip texture for easy operation by the wearer. On both sides of the crown are golden chronograph buttons, the design of which is inspired by the first generation of Tudor chronograph watches.
The contrast between the arched matte black dial and the champagne gold recessed chronograph dial also highlights the layering. The hands retain the famous “Snowflake” hands of the Tudor Dive Watch since 1969, full of retro charm, and a date display window is set at 6 o’clock.
The removable brown leather strap is decorated with light brown stitching, equipped with clasp and safety buckles, reminding us of the spirit of motor racing in the 1970s. At the same time, the watch is also equipped with two other watch-belts: gold steel bracelet and textured black strap.
The Tudor MT 5813 chronograph movement has been certified by the Swiss Official Astronomical Observatory (COSC) to ensure that it is sturdy and reliable. This movement is carefully crafted with traditional watchmaking technology, equipped with a column wheel and a vertical chronograph clutch wheel device, and has a 70-hour power reserve.