In 2018, Tudor expanded its Heritage Black Bay line with a steel and gold rendition characterized by another champagne-hued dial with the typical precise hands known as snowflake.
With its rotating bezel, winding crown and central connection of the steel bracelet made of gold, the Black Bay Steel & Gold with Champagne Dial adds a more conventional look to the model.
The 41 mm case featuring the enormous winding crown inspired to the reference 7924 of 1958, otherwise known as Big Crown, houses oneself winding Manufacture Caliber MT5612, beating at a recurrence of 28,800 vibrations per hour (4Hz) and offering 70 hours of power save.
The movement is regulated by a variable inertia oscillator with silicon balance spring and is certified by the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC).
The bracelet of the Heritage Black Bay Steel & Gold is inspired by the collapsing riveted bracelets of the Tudor watches produced during the 1950s and 1960s, which were well known for having the tops of the rivets attaching the connections obvious on the bracelet.
The watch is likewise accessible on a matured black leather strap with collapsing clasp or with a texture strap made utilizing the Jacquard technique, a traditional method accomplished by 100 year-old privately-run company from the St-Etienne district of France.
Waterproof to 200 meters/660 feet, the Tudor Heritage Black Bay Steel & Gold Champagne Dial (ref. M79733N) has a price of Euro 3,610 with strap or Euro 4,760 with steel and gold bracelet. tudorwatch.com