so pics on tudor site is out and it is gorgeous. you can keep the modernish pelagos one... gimme some black bay! :)
tudor is doing well... i kinda imagine some smart young chap in rolex offices suggested issuing new models with faux patina and they went 'DO YOU THINK WE'RE PANERAI?!!'
after the meet, wise old gent pulls young chap aside and says, head over to tudor and tell them i sent you ;) all in my mind of course but kudos to them for having fun with tudor modern takes on their heritage... bits here bits there and it all adds up to some mighty nice looking watch.
TUDOR Heritage Black Bay - Specs
41 mm steel case with polished and satin finish
Unidirectional rotatable bezel in steel with burgundy red disc
Self-winding mechanical movement
Power reserve of approximately 38 hours
Screw-down steel winding crown engraved with the TUDOR rose
Domed sapphire crystal
Waterproof to 200 m (660 ft)
Steel bracelet or leather strap with folding clasp and safety catch, additional fabric strap with buckle
and the pelagos for folks who may be keen...
Rolex evolves though too. slow and steady and this year sees the no date sub refreshed. the 114060... my 14060M is my first lux watch love and this new model is wonderful of course since its all no date sub dna. i'd prefer 2 lines of text vs 4 lines. this is the 'base' of rolexs and a cleaner dial would do more for me... still gorgeous though of course...
and a pic of the first watch my son will get from me one day...