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Introducing the new models into the Tudor suite of watches

More news from Watches & Wonders, Tudor has released the details of its new models for 2021. Rolex offshoot brand Tudor has just dropped its new lineup at the Swiss watch convention, including five new models that are set to impress.

Rolex and Tudor share a parentage and a lot of similar design details. Sure enough that if you can't find a Rolex to suit your style, price point or feature requirements, Tudor will have something to match. This year's new arrivals include refreshed materials, thinner cases, new bracelets and, as with all new watches at Watches & Wonders, new colours.


Tudor 1926

With a new dial in a new pure white tine, the new Tudor 1926 builds on the brand's tradition of refinement and quality. It's a new twist for sure, but it's still timeless. Also, all of the 1926 models will now be available with the option of a brown leather strap rather than just the metal bracelet.


Black Bay 41/36/32

As suggested by the name, the Black Bay traditionally comes with a black dial, with the option of also a blue lacquered iteration if so desired. But now the 41, 36 and 32 models will be available with a new silver satin sun-brushed dial version. There will also be three bracelet options: Jacquard fabric or leather strap or 316L steel bracelet.


Black Bay Chrono

In honour of 50 years of its chronographs, Tudor has reimagined its Black Bay Chrono model. This time it comes to us in steel and with a reworked case. Two new dial options appear with contrasting sub-counters, available in two versions, matt black or opaline. The dial includes two contrasting hollowed sub-counters, matte black and white opaline respectively, for optimum readability.


Black Bay Fifty-Eight 18K


A bold new version of its popular model, Tudor has revamped the Black Bay Fifty-Eight. A watch designed for divers, the new iteration comes in 18 ct yellow gold and offered with an open case back. It's a first for both in a Tudor divers’ watch. The name Black Bay Fifty-Eight 18K is both a reference to the material of the case and to the year the first Tudor divers' watch was introduced, 1958.


Black Bay Fifty-Eight 925

Rounding the exciting newness, Tudor has created a unique version of its popular Black Bay Fifty-Eight model in 925 silver with an open case back.  The silver case of the Black Bay Fifty-Eight 925 is accentuated by a taupe dial and matching bezel insert. Other silver details add the finishing touches to this model's delicate face. Of particular note are the famous "Snowflake" hands - a Tudor hallmark since 1969.


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