Tudor Black Bay Chronograph Review: Their Most Confusing Watch Or A Genius Daytona Inspired Diver?Published on Apr 16, 2018
Today I review one of the most controversial Tudor watches to be released in the last few years.
The award winning Tudor Black Bay Chronograph M79350-0001 was met with much adoration and equal criticism upon its release at Baselworld 2017, but why? The reason is that it essentially tries to bridge the gap between the dive watch genre and a racing chronograph, which are two types of watch the younger brother of Rolex and more rebellious brand Tudor has a long and illustrious history with.
Is the final product suffering from an identity crisis or is it a seamless, happy marriage? Will its new Breiling in-house caliber movement and luxury quality be able to make or break this watch? Today, I aim to find out what exactly the fuss is all about.