- Jul 17, 2014
Feb 7, 2021
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Though Tudor takes some flak for the sheer number of different models in the Black Bay collection, from the incredibly popular Black Bay 58, to the Black Bay GMT, and all the way to the lesser-known Black Bay Bronze, it’s difficult to fault the watches themselves, which are generally fantastic. In this video, I’ll do a complete review of the Black Bay Bronze Bucherer Blue, a limited edition version of Tudor’s bronze diver designed in collaboration with European jewelry titan Bucherer. With a charming 43mm bronze case and matching dial elements, in-house caliber, and a surprisingly good woven strap, there is a lot to like about this limited watch from Tudor.
Technical Specifications – Tudor Heritage Black Bay Bronze Blue Bucherer
- Case: 43mm diameter – bronze / aluminum alloy – full brushed finish – domed sapphire crystal on the dial side – bronze-coloured PVD-treated steel caseback – 200m water resistant
- Dial: Blue dial with matte finish, gilded applied indexes, gilded hands – bronze uni-directional bezel, blue bezel insert with 60-minute diving scale
- Movement: Calibre MT5601, in-house, COSC certified – automatic – 70h power reserve – 4Hz frequency – hours, minutes, seconds
- Strap: blue fabric strap and distressed brown leather strap
Please welcome the BBBBB... Yes, 5 B's for a new model that will definitely create some noise again. Three of these B's are known, as referring to the the Black Bay Bronze. Add to that a fourth B, for Blue, the color used by a certain maison for its special editions, a maison with a fifth B, as...