Since the introduction of its completely new (and extremely successful) variant of the Heritage Black Bay watch two years ago, it seems just about time for Tudor to release the Black Bay Fifty-Eight “Navy Blue”. The watch didn’t just get the name from its colour, but also the year 1958 which the first Tudor divers’ watch waterproof to 200 metres was presented. The 39mm diameter, polished and satin-brushed surfaces, screw-crown with the rose logo and domed sapphire crystal are of the same technical specifications as before. Inside, the watch is also powered by the Calibre MT5402 with a power reserve of approximately 70 hours and silicon balance spring. However, the use of dark blue aside, the silver-coated applied indexes and hands are filled with white luminous material, with the bezel following suit with a 60-minute track with silver gilded markings.
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