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Testing the Tudor Black Bay Dark

Posted: June 29th 2020, 10:10pm
by koimaster
A black watch is perfect for diving in deep dark waters, and it looks great on dry land, too. In this feature from the WatchTime archives, we test Tudor’s popular model in its recently launched all-black version: the Heritage Black Bay Dark.

Over the past several years the Tudor Heritage Black Bay has grown into an important and attractive watch collection. It was launched in 2012 with a retro-look model in stainless steel with a red dive-watch bezel, followed in 2014 by a more reserved version with a blue rotating bezel, and then one year later with the simplest version so far, in black.

Tudor set off a new round of reworks in 2016 with the introduction of the Heritage Black Bay in bronze, in a 36-mm case, and with an ultra-sporty completely black version. Plus all new and existing Heritage Black Bay models will use the in-house MT5602 movement instead of the ETA 2824, which was previously used. (The MT5602 was introduced in 2015.)

https://www.watchtime.com/reviews/deep- ... -bay-dark/

Re: Testing the Tudor Black Bay Dark

Posted: June 29th 2020, 11:38pm
by conjurer
Umm, no.