TUDOR is proud to present its newest additions to the collection. Four new models are being introduced in the Heritage family, a line dedicated to seeing some of the most important references in the history of the brand reworked into contemporary timepieces. In addition to these, the original Heritage Black Bay, first introduced in 2012, has been updated this year with a mechanical movement developed in-house by TUDOR, along with changes to its steel bracelet and fabric straps. For the TUDOR Style line, TUDOR is adding a range of new aesthetic features: a fluted bezel and coloured dials now enhance this classic retro-chic collection. Discover the new TUDOR watches, unveiled at Baselworld 2016.
TUDOR & Ducati
The fact that TUDOR and Ducati currently find a fertile field of common expression is anything but coincidental. The two companies are highly comparable, as their respective histories clearly demonstrate.
TUDOR HERITAGE BLACK BAY 36
TUDOR expresses the aesthetic codes of its iconic Heritage Black Bay in this new 36 mm model. The Heritage Black Bay 36 retains the general lines of the Black Bay family of watches while reducing its proportions. It acts both as an introduction to the Black Bay aesthetic for slimmer wrists and as a more formal option, while remaining both fashionable and sporty.
TUDOR Heritage Advisor Cognac
The Heritage Advisor is a reinterpretation of the famous TUDOR alarm watch from 1957. An up-to-date version of a classic, the watch retains the original shape and proportions of its case, lugs, and glass, its dauphine hands and bevelled markers, as well as the design and colour of its red alarm hand. Made from titanium for optimum sound quality of the alarm, the case has been increased from 34 mm to 42 mm in keeping with modern tastes. This year the model features a new combination of cognac-coloured dial and strap.
in-house movement mt5612
The Pelagos is powered with the new Manufacture TUDOR MT5612 movement, providing impressive autonomy. Its power reserve of approximately 70 hours means that its wearer can, for example, take off the watch on Friday evening and put it on again on Monday morning without having to wind it.
TUDOR STYLE fluted bezel
The Style line provides a contemporary take on the classic and elegant wristwatch, a form of expression which TUDOR has continued to tap into throughout its history, with models bearing evocative names such as Prince or Tuxedo. Drawing on the aesthetic codes born of the 50s, 60s and 70s, this newest addition in steel or a combination or steel and gold illustrates the careful attention to detail paid by TUDOR to all its creations.
TUDOR Heritage Black Bay Bronze
The Heritage Black Bay family is growing with the arrival of the new Heritage Black Bay Bronze, a 43 mm divers’ watch inspired by the brand’s history and fitted with a mechanical movement developed and produced in-house by TUDOR.
TUDOR HERITAGE BLACK BAY
First introduced in 2012, the Heritage Black Bay is one of the brand’s truly iconic models, celebrating 60 years of TUDOR diving watches. Waterproof to a depth of 200 m (660 ft), it is available in three versions, each with its own personality. The model has been updated for 2016 with a mechanical movement manufactured and produced in-house by TUDOR.
the fabric strap
TUDOR is innovating in an unexpected way by equipping its watches with fabric straps meticulously fashioned by a company that perpetuates an over century-old artistic craft. They bring an additional touch of style that reinforces the resolutely modern and sophisticated TUDOR identity.
in-house movement mt5621
The North Flag is one of the first TUDOR models to be fitted with a Tudor “Manufacture” movement, developed and produced by the brand. Visible through a sapphire crystal in the case back, the movement presents matt finishes, emphasising its precision, reliability and high level of technology.
TUDOR HERITAGE BLACK BAY DARK
A new addition to the Heritage Black Bay family, this diver’s watch in matt black steel draws its characteristic elements from TUDOR’s history. It inherits the general lines, as well as the domed dial and crystal from the first TUDOR diving watches. Its particularly prominent winding crown, aka the “Big Crown”, was inspired by the famous 7924 reference of 1958, while its characteristic angular hands, also known as “snowflake”, were borrowed from TUDOR watches used by the French National Navy in the 1970s. The indication of guaranteed water depth engraved in red on the dial and the red triangle on the rotatable bezel are also key design features inspired by history.
Tudor Black Bay
The TUDOR Heritage Black Bay derives its overall lines and its domed crystal from the brand’s first divers’ watch, the TUDOR Submariner reference 7922, launched in 1954. It also owes to its ancestor its domed dial, a feature shared by the first TUDOR Submariner models, but which had since vanished.