The new Heritage Black Bay 41 comes with a slimmer middle case and fixed polished steel bezel for a more dressy look than the standard Black Bay collection.
As with all Black Bay watches, this is inspired by past divers’ watches from the 1950s and 1960s.
A black lacquer dial with applied rhodium plated luminous indexes, and rhodium plated luminous hands, including the signature snowflake hand.
This is a no-date model, and unlike the rest of the Black Bay collection, which is currently powered by manufacture movements, this model has been equipped with a more budget friendly ETA 2824 caliber that is good for 38-hours.
A locking crown, with a black anodized aluminum tube, coupled with gaskets on the front and back, results in a water-resistance of 150 meters (slightly less than the 200-meter rating of the standard Black Bay line).
The Heritage Black Bay 41 comes with the option of a steel bracelet for $2,950 or brown leather strap for $2,650 – and each comes with an additional urban camouflage fabric strap. (Ref. 79540)
Learn more at Tudor.