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See 5 New Tudor Watches for 2022

WatchesApr 06, 2022

See 5 New Tudor Watches for 2022

Four have already hit stores.

The Black Bay Chrono S&G is one of the new timepieces Tudor unveiled in Geneva for 2022.
Geneva—Alongside Patek Philippe, Rolex, and TAG Heuer, Tudor revealed its 2022 novelties at Watches & Wonders Geneva.

To start, there’s a new steel and gold version of the Black Bay GMT.

Dubbed the Black Bay GMT S&G, it features multiple time zones, with the complication establishing local time and denoting two other time zones.

It has a 24-hour graduated rotating bezel in two colors—black and brown—to represent night and day.

The Black Bay GMT S&G pictured on three bracelet options
The Black Bay GMT S&G pictured on three bracelet options

The stainless steel and yellow gold case is satin-brushed and polished and 41 mm in diameter. The dial is matte black.

It’s powered by the new manufacture calibre MT5652 with built-in GMT function.

It has a 70-hour power reserve, what Tudor calls “weekend-proof.”

There are three strap options. The steel and gold strap version costs $5,550; the leather strap version $4,300; and a jacquard woven fabric strap $4,300.

In Geneva, Tudor also presented the new Black Bay Pro.

Tudor’s Black Bay Pro
Tudor’s Black Bay Pro

It has a dual time zone feature. The sporty model is rendered in a satin-brushed and polished stainless steel case.

It is 39 mm with a 24-hour graduated fixed bezel, also in stainless steel. The domed dial is crafted in grained matte black.

Like the GMT S&G, it features Tudor divers’ watches signature “snowflake” hands, coated in Grade A Swiss Super-LumiNova luminescent material.

It also runs on the new MT5652 calibre, which is COSC-certified with a silicon balance spring.

The steel bracelet version costs $4,000; the leather strap version is priced at $3,675; and the rubber leather strap version also costs $3,675.

Gold lovers will appreciate the gold dial on the Black Bay Chrono S&G, standing for steel and gold. It has a high-performance automatic manufacture calibre, Tudor said, with a column wheel and vertical clutch.

The Black Bay Chrono S&G
The Black Bay Chrono S&G

It utilizes the manufacture calibre MT5813 chronograph, is COSC-certified, and has a 70-hour power reserve.

The satin-brushed and polished case in steel and yellow gold is 41 mm in diameter with a fixed yellow gold bezel and an insert in black anodized aluminum with a tachymetric scale.

The dial is available in gold or frosted matte black.

A steel and yellow gold bracelet version costs $7,250; a leather strap version costs $6,000; and the fabric strap version costs $6,000.

The final 2022 edition to the Back Bay range is less sporty and more sophisticated. The Black Bay 31/36/39/41 S&G watches are crafted in steel and yellow gold, all on five-link steel and yellow gold bracelets with Tudor “T-fit” clasps with rapid adjustment.

Per the timepiece names, the model comes in four diameters: 31 mm, 36 mm, 39 mm, and 41 mm. They come with choice of a black or silver dial. There is also an option for a diamond-set bezel.

This version of the new Black Bay S&G has a steel and yellow gold case and bracelet, a silver dial, and a diamond bezel.
This version of the new Black Bay S&G has a steel and yellow gold case and bracelet, a silver dial, and a diamond bezel.

The 31 mm edition utilizes the MT5201 manufacture calibre; the 36 mm is powered by the MT5400; the 39 mm utilizes the MT5602; and the 41 mm the MT5601.

Pricing varies by size and options for each timepiece, but starts at approximately $4,925 for the smallest size without diamonds on the bezel.

While Tudor’s other 2022 watches hit stores during Wonders & Watches Geneva, the Black Bay 31/36/39/41 S&G won’t be available nationwide until July, though it’s currently on the Tudor website.

Finally, Tudor also showcased its Tudor Royal watches.

Featuring integrated metal bracelets, Tudor said the Tudor Royal line represents versatility and affordability, sitting at the intersection of classic watches and sporty watches.

The latest Tudor Royal watches come in four sizes—28 mm, 34 mm, 38 mm, and 41 mm—with nine possible dials. The cases and bracelets are available in stainless steel or gold and steel.

The Tudor Royal
The Tudor Royal

They have a notched bezel in steel or yellow gold, and the 28 mm version has an option for a diamond bezel. 

They feature a date function and the 41 mm has a day of the week function.  

A steel bracelet version is $3,450 and the steel and gold bracelet costs $4,725. 

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Ashley Davisis the senior editor, fashion at National Jeweler, covering all things related to design, style and trends.

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