Following the footsteps of Rolex with its new two-tone Sea-Dweller, Tudor has just unveiled its two-tone Black Bay Chrono S&G. Departing from its previous models, the new Chrono S&G features a gold bezel, crown, and pushers on the exterior, with two gold sub-dials and various gold highlights and lettering on the black dial itself. The bezel in particular receives a significant makeover, going from a full steel version (2017) to a gold bezel with a black anodized aluminium insert.
The case measures in at 41mm, holding in its heart a chronometer-certified MT5813 automatic chronograph movement that Tudor developed in partnership with Breitling. The movement holds a power reserve of roughly 70 hours, and can reach depths of 200 meters, or 660 feet. The timepiece comes in three strap options: a gold and steel bracelet, a black 19th-century Jacquard loom-woven fabric strap, or a brown aged-leather strap with a removable bund reminiscent of racing watches from the ’70s.
The Tudor Black Bay Chrono S&G does not have a release date yet, but prices will range from $6,800 USD for the two-tone bracelet to $5,600 USD for the leather or fabric strap.
If you’re looking for a sea-faring watch or are a fan of Tudor be sure to also check out the new US Navy-inspired Black Bay P01.