By Kien Lee
We took TUDOR's award-winning Heritage Black Bay Chrono and paired it with a Triumph motorcycle - both closely associated with speed, and both with a strong vintage appeal.
Together, the two make for an immaculate combination seen on model Antoni, lensed by Rui Liang of Lightspade Studio, on location at Kombi Rocks in Singapore.
The former has its roots firstly back to 1954 when the Swiss manufacture first produced diving watches, then to 1970, when it launched the Prince Oysterdate Chronograph, the brand's first chronograph, and is now reincarnated with Black Bay design codes as the collection's first chronograph calibre boasting 70 hour power reserve.
Available in a 41 MM steel case with polished and satin finish, the Heritage Black Bay Chrono features pushers inspired by the first generation of TUDOR chronographs, to measure time elapsed in minutes up to and hour and seconds, and is topped off with an engraved tachymeter scale lacquered in black on a fixed steel bezel, for rapid calculations of speed or distance.
On the dial, snowflake hands - seen on the brand's watch faces since 1969 - retain that signature, iconic, throwback look of TUDOR watches.
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The latter, a Triumph Tiger 100 motorcycle manufactured in year 1956, packing 500cc, is a beast to behold, in spite of its age. Its classic appeal as a lighter and more powerful British motorcycle of its times, still remains strong amongst sport enthusiasts today.
The Black Bay Chrono featured above with leather strap is priced at S$6,480, or steel bracelet with riveted links at S$6,912, is now available in Singapore.
Creative Direction & Styling: Kien Lee
Photography: Rui Liang of Lightspade Studio
Photography Assistant: Lionel Lim
Hair and Grooming: Vicky Ang
Model: Antoni from Ave Management
Location: Kombi Rocks, 68 Yio Chu Kang Rd, Singapore 545569