Tudor Heritage Black Bay Bronze Blue Watch

After Baselworld’s massive display of releases to the watch world, Tudor has decided to make one last, late-breaking entry into the new piece market. This time, Tudor is working with Bucherer, a Swiss watch and jewelry retailer. The already extensive collection of Tudor Heritage Black Bay watches is ready for an expansion with the Bronze Blue piece. This is just the first of many releases that will be coming from this new Tudor and Bucherer combination.

This beauty has great market appeal to buyers for several reasons. This watch is brand new and fresh off of Baselworld. This watch has many new features to it that appeal to the watch world. Along with being a newer model, this piece offers the audience many features found on classic pieces, which always has a marketability. Also, this Black Bay Bronze Blue is a real diver’s watch, which has become very popular not only in the past but especially in today’s watch world. Also, this is the first diver watch of the Tudor Black Bay collection.

The deep blue color of the piece makes quite the statement to those onlookers. The combination of deep blue and the gold case and trim really creates a distinct look that screams for the viewer’s attention. This Bronze Blue has a 43mm aluminum-bronze alloy case really gives this piece the classic yet modern look that is highly appealing. The aged leather and fabric strap and the no date display face is classic all the way. The vintage inspired hands and dial of the piece are what give Tudor the reputation that it has. The numbers three, six, and nine are displayed on the face in a very classical sense, which further adds to the retro feel of this piece.

Tudor built this watch with the user in mind, placing the COSC certified MT5601 movement inside along with 70 hours of power reserve. The unidirectional bezel of this dive watch comes fairly standard. The 200 m water resistance of this chronometer also adds to the usefulness of the watch, especially when used as a dive watch. The thick, classic crown of the watch really amplifies the classic look of the overall piece. This watch, although not the first deep blue piece of the series, uses its retro look and blue color to show off the historical significance to the Tudor name. While this name is still strong, the meaning may be up for changes here in the near future, with the new clash of Tudor and Bucherer. This piece will be available from Bucherer for 3,800 CHF, and will come to the buyer with both a fabric strap and a leather strap. For more info, please visit tudorwatch.com