NEW TUDOR WATCH NOVELTIES - APRIL 2021 NEWS article hero image


We are excited to showcase Tudor's 2021 novelties in all their glory! 

New Tudor 2021 watches

Building on its reputation for creating emblematic models chosen by the boldest adventurers, this year TUDOR presents unique versions of its Black Bay Fifty-Eight model. On the 50th anniversary of its first chronograph, TUDOR is relaunching its Black Bay Chrono model in steel, and is also introducing new versions of the Black Bay 32/36/41 and 1926.


There are two new faces in the Black Bay Chrono collection, a panda and a reverse panda with either an opaline (panda) or a matte black (reverse panda) domed dial. 

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The 41mm case has been reworked in satin-brushed and polished stainless steel, with a fixed bezel (also in steel) and a black anodized aluminum insert with a tachymetric scale. Admirers of this collection will also want to take note of the “Snowflake” hands, a Tudor divers’ watch signature. Tudor Black Bay Chrono with black or white dial on bracelet (RRP: $7,070) or on leather or fabric straps (RRP: $6,650).

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Tudor also announced a unique new version of its popular Black Bay Fifty-Eight model in 925 silver with an open caseback – two firsts for a Tudor divers' watch.

Silver once was a staple material of watch cases, with the finish providing a subtle glow. As a watch material, however, it was not resistant to scratches, dings and tarnish. With the Black Bay Fifty-Eight 925, Tudor has developed a 'top-secret' but solid alloy of 925 silver designed to protect the appearance of the case. Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight 925 Silver (RRP: $5,880 on leather or fabric strap).

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This inner workings of this beautiful timepiece are visible through an open caseback, making the Black Bay Fifty-Eight 925 the first Tudor dive watch to be made in silver and to offer a display back.

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Tudor's new Black Bay Fifty-Eight releases both feature for the first time an open back case (shown below).

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Just like with the new Black Bay Fifty Eight 18K (shown below) the release of a watch in gold marks another two firsts for a Tudor divers' watch. Among other aesthetic nods to this historical watch, this model offers a case 39 mm in diameter in keeping with the characteristic proportions of the 1950s. (RRP: $22,880)

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The Tudor Black Bay currently comes with a choice of three sizes (32mm, 36mm and 41mm). This week, the watchmaker has revealed that all three different sizes now each come with the option of a brand new, alluring silver dial. The new silver dial serves as a more formal yet flexible option, which will easily match to almost any choice of clothes. A sapphire crystal protects the dial, which features the emblematic TUDOR “snowflake hand” as well as its recognisable hour markers.

Tudor Black Bay Silver

This new silver dial collection feels considerably more like a dress watch than the black-and-white Chrono above. RRP starts from $3,440 (32mm size on strap) and goes up to $4,150 (41mm size on steel bracelet). 

TUDOR 1926 

With The 1926 line, the brand is renewing its commitment to Tudor’s roots in refined, sophisticated timekeeping.

The “1926” model name is a reference to the year “The Tudor” was first registered as a brand on behalf of Rolex founder Hans Wilsdorf. And at the time, Tudor’s philosophy was to produce high-quality watches, both technically and aesthetically.

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 The latest additions to the Tudor family come in 28, 36, 39, or 41mm in a 316L steel case or a rose gold and 316L steel case. All the models feature such refined touches as domed dials with an embossed center and smooth minute scale. RRP: starts from $2,290 (28mm size on leather strap) up to $4,780 (41mm size with gold and diamonds).Tudor_1926_leather strap

To register your interest in any of these new models, please email us here or call us on 02 9231 3299 and speak with one of our Tudor experts for more information. 

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