Tudor's popular Black Bay lineup gets some major new additions this week with a new Chronograph and two new models in precious metals. First up is the Black Bay Fifty-Eight 925 ($4,300), which features a case in a material not normally seen in watches: 925 silver. The silver used here has a secret composition, which was designed to maintain its luster over time. Available in 39mm, the watch is finished in matte frosted taupe with a matching anodized aluminum taupe bezel. The movement is Tudor's own MT5400 automatic, which has a power reserve of 70 hours and can be viewed via an exhibition window, which is a first for the brand.
The company has also introduced the Fifty-Eight model with a 39mm 18 ct yellow gold case ($16,800) that features a matte finish and is paired with a green dial and a matching anodized green aluminum bezel with gold gilded markings and numerals. The watch also features their MT5400 automatic movement and their new open case back feature.
Last but not least, Tudor celebrates its 50th anniversary with an all-new Black Bay Chrono ($4,900-$5,225). The revised chronograph features a 41mm case in stainless steel with a black anodized aluminum insert that features a tachymeter scale. The watch is powered by a COSC-certified MT5813 automatic movement. The watch comes in a black or white dial option with a riveted 316L steel bracelet, a black leather strap with a removable bund, or a black fabric strap.