We’ve been keeping a tight lip on Tudor’s latest piece, having sat on this information for the past month or so but the date’s finally here and we get to share with you guys Tudor‘s new Heritage Black Bay Black.
There’s nothing more we love than a re-edition of vintage pieces and this handsome diver is just that and more. A nod to Tudor’s first dive watch, the reference 7922 which was launched in 1954, the Heritage Black Bay Black is reminiscent of old school cool with the snowflake hands and large winding crowns that made the brand stand out back then.
The Heritage Black Bay line saw its emergence in 2012 with the first Heritage Black Bay that boasted a red bezel. That piece went on to winning the Revival Prize at the 2013 GHPG, no doubt turning lots of head. Last year, the icy blue-bezeled version made the rounds at Baselworld to much fanfare as well.
Call us classicists if you must but we’re going to bet on the Heritage Black Bay Black sweeping up the prizes even more this year. The diver will come in both a steel bracelet variant or one with an aged leather strap. An additional fabric strap will be available as well.