Tudor has just unveiled a new colorway for its iconic Black Bay Bronze. Although technically on the inside the watch is identical to the original BB Bronze from 2016, the 2019 release comes with a new color scheme: a slate grey dial and bezel. To complement the sunburst grey dial and bezel, the watch will come with a grey tonal woven jacquard fabric or aged leather strap.
Similar to its predecessor, the watch is built primarily with a satin-finished bronze casing measuring 43 mm in diameter with a domed sapphire crystal, capable of reaching depths of up to 200 meters. A unidirectional rotating bezel made of bronze also sits neatly around the crystal, featuring a 60-minute graduated slate-grey anodized aluminum disc. The watch is powered by the “Manufacture” Calibre MT5601, capable of holding a power reserve of approximately 70 hours.
The new Tudor Black Bay Bronze in slate grey will be available sometime in May and will retail at $4,050 USD.
If you’re a fan of the Tudor Black Bay collection, be sure to also check out the new two-tone model.