Tudor's titanium dive watch gets a left-handed crown and numbered case back.
In a surprise exit, Tudor's chief will move on to lead the visual merchandising division of Rolex.
Tudor just upgraded its bestselling retro dive watch, giving the Black Bay an in-house movement and riveted bracelet, along with various aesthetic tweaks.
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.
Smaller and more affordable, the Heritage Black Bay 36 is the new entry-level watch is Tudor's line-up of sports watches.
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.
Bigger and made of bronze, the new Tudor Black Bay is also powered by an in-house, self-winding movement. Specs and price below.
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.