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Explaining What’s New with the Revamped Tudor Heritage Black Bay

Tudor just upgraded its bestselling retro dive watch, giving the Black Bay an in-house movement and riveted bracelet, along with various aesthetic tweaks.

Hands-On with the Tudor Heritage Black Bay Bronze

Larger in size and also equipped with an in-house movement, the Black Bay Bronze is Tudor's first watch made of the copper alloy. Here's a look at the watch in the metal, with original photos and pricing.

Tudor Introduces the Black Bay 36

Smaller and more affordable, the Heritage Black Bay 36 is the new entry-level watch is Tudor's line-up of sports watches.

Introducing the Tudor Black Bay Dark in Black PVD

Featuring a familiar all-black look, the new Black Bay Dark is powered by the in-house MT5602 movement. Read on for specs and price below.

Tudor Introduces the Black Bay Bronze

Bigger and made of bronze, the new Tudor Black Bay is also powered by an in-house, self-winding movement. Specs and price below.

Live and In The Metal with the Tudor Heritage Black Bay One for Only Watch

With a deceptively modest estimate of under US$5000, the Tudor Heritage Black Bay One will soon become the priciest contemporary Tudor wristwatch ever when it's sold for charity at Only Watch 2015. Here's a look at the watch itself.

A Detailed Look at the New Tudor Pelagos, Featuring an In-House Movement (Review, Original Photos & Pricing)

Entirely titanium, rated to 500m and equipped with a patented, self-adjusting clasp, the Pelagos is Tudor's top of the line dive watch. And it just a major upgrade this year with a new, in-house movement.


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