Tudor has updated its Black Bay collection with three new models that will surely steal some attention away from its sibling, Rolex. The biggest reveal is the Black Bay Pro ($3,675-$4,000), a watch that borrows some design influences from the Explorer II with a more vintage-focused approach that features a fixed 24-hour bezel, an orange 24-hour "Snowflake" hand, and yellowed markers. Available on a bracelet, leather strap, or rubber leather strap, the 39mm watch is powered by their MT5652 automatic (70-hour power reserve) with a built-in GMT function.
Black Bay GMT Steel & Gold
The Black Bay GMT ($4,300-$5,550) gets a classic rendition in steel and gold with a bidirectional rotating bezel in yellow gold with an anodized black and brown ceramic insert. The 41mm case features a satin and polished finish with a domed grained matte black dial and the brand's signature "Snowflake" hands. The watch can be purchased with a steel and gold riveted bracelet, a brown leather strap, or a black fabric strap. The watch is powered by Tudor's MT5652 automatic, which has a power reserve of 70 hours.
Black Bay Chrono Steel & Gold
The Black Bay Chrono ($6,000-$7,250) also gets the Midas touch with steel and gold models. The 41mm case features a satin and polished finish with a fixed bezel in yellow gold and a black anodized aluminum tachymetric scale. The dial is domed and features a champagne-colored sunray satin-finish dial, black subregisters, and "Snowflake" hands. The watch can be purchased with a steel and gold bracelet, an aged leather bund strap, or a black Jacquard NATO-style strap. Powering the watch is a MT5813 automatic chronograph movement with a 70-hour power reserve, column wheel, and vertical clutch.
All the new Black Bay models are available today at Tudor retailers.