Up first in our series is the TUDOR Fifty-Eight, unveiled this year at Baselworld.
Named after the year in which the brand introduced its divers' watch waterproof to 200 metres, the Black Bay Fifty-Eight is not simply a re-release of a classic, it evokes over 60 years of TUDOR's diver heritage.
Exquisite touches include gold hour markers, hands and minute track of the black and steel bezel. The winding crown tube is in satin-brushed steel in keeping with the style of the case and winding crown, which bears the TUDOR rose logo in relief.
More significantly, it has been designed for slim wrists at 39mm, making the TUDOR collection now accessible to an even larger group of customers. Its siblings in the best-selling Black Bay collection ranges from 43mm to 41mm.
Boasting a self-winding mechanical (automatic) movement with bidirectional rotor system, it is certified as a chronometer by the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC) and possesses a 70-hour power reserve.
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.Photo CreditsCreative direction: Kien Lee