Wrist Watch Wednesday: Tudor Heritage Black Bay

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Hello and welcome to the final Wrist Watch Wednesday of the month of January. In this week’s installment I would like to chose another watch from the Tudor line up. This time

going with the Tudor Black Bay to take the spotlight.

The Tudor Black Bay has become one of the more popular diver watches as of recent. From its titanium case and bracelet to the gorgeous snowflake hands and competitive price it’s no wonder that some are jumping to look at Black Bay before the ever popular Rolex Submariner.

Here below are some of the Black Bays specifications:

 

Tudor Heritage Black Bay

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Information

  • Brand: Tudor
  • Series: Heritage
  • Model: 79230N
  • Gender: Men’s
  • Watch Label: Swiss Made
  • Movement: Automatic
  • Engine: Tudor Calibre MT5602
  • Power Reserve: 70 hours

 

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Case

  • Case Size: 41 mm
  • Case Material: Stainless Steel
  • Crown: Screw Down
  • Case Shape: Round

 

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Dial

  • Dial Type: Analog
  • Dial Color: Black
  • Crystal: Scratch Resistant Sapphire
  • Hands: Luminous
  • Second Markers: Minute Markers around outer rim
  • Dial Markers: Dot
  • Bezel: Uni-directional Rotating Stainless Steel

 

Band

  • Band Type: Bracelet
  • Band Material: Stainless Steel
  • Clasp: Deployment

 

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Features

  • Water Resistance: 200 meters / 660 feet
  • Functions: Hour, Minute, Second
  • Features: Stainless Steel

 

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This beautiful Tudor Black Bay can be found online or on grey market sites for around $2,950. If you are interested into a starting luxury diver and don’t know where to begin I would start here.

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