Tudor Black Bay Fifty Eight Blue

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  • Condition: Excellent
  • Model: 79030B
  • Movement: Automatic
  • Strap Length: Adjustable
  • Scope: Box & Papers
  • Year: 2020
  • Case Width: 39mm
  • Listing ID: SD020805
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Model
79030B
Year
2020
Scope Original Box & Papers
Movement Automatic
Case Width 39mm
Strap Length
Adjustable
Listing ID
SD020805
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While the relaunch of the Tudor brand was hugely successful, there were many who thought the new Black Bay was too large. In response to this, Tudor released the Black Bay Fifty-Eight in 2018, which featured a new, thinner movement packed into a 39mm case. Ironically, the new watch was closer to the original Rolex Submariner than Rolex's own current-generation watch.

This watch is in excellent condition, with some light marks on the case and caseback.

Comes with inner and outer box set, spare fabric strap, hang tag with matching serial, booklets and original guarantee card.

TUDOR

For most of its history, Tudor was seen as Rolex's little brother. Today, Tudor may still be part of the same family, but the little brother has now grown into a full-fledged watchmaking powerhouse in itself.

Tudor originated as a sub-brand for Rolex, using most of the same parts but equipped with a cheaper bought-in movement. For most of its existence, it closely followed Rolex's designs, producing Submariners , Day-Dates and Datejusts (called the Prince Date).

By the late 90s and early 2000s, Tudor had gained a reputation for being a 'poor man's Rolex'. However, this changed after the 2009 brand relaunch, where Tudor came out with distinctive new designs. After Rolex's switch to ceramic bezels for its sports models, Tudor stuck with its guns and began offering a new modernised dive watches in the form of the Pelagos and Black Bay. These new watches, combined with the 'warmer', retro-inspired aesthetic retained by Tudor, meant that it developed a distinct identity from Rolex.

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While the relaunch of the Tudor brand was hugely successful, there were many who thought the new Black Bay was too large. In response to this, Tudor released the Black Bay Fifty-Eight in 2018, which featured a new, thinner movement packed into a 39mm case. Ironically, the new watch was closer to the original Rolex Submariner than Rolex's own current-generation watch.

This watch is in excellent condition, with some light marks on the case and caseback.

Comes with inner and outer box set, spare fabric strap, hang tag with matching serial, booklets and original guarantee card.

TUDOR

For most of its history, Tudor was seen as Rolex's little brother. Today, Tudor may still be part of the same family, but the little brother has now grown into a full-fledged watchmaking powerhouse in itself.

Tudor originated as a sub-brand for Rolex, using most of the same parts but equipped with a cheaper bought-in movement. For most of its existence, it closely followed Rolex's designs, producing Submariners , Day-Dates and Datejusts (called the Prince Date).

By the late 90s and early 2000s, Tudor had gained a reputation for being a 'poor man's Rolex'. However, this changed after the 2009 brand relaunch, where Tudor came out with distinctive new designs. After Rolex's switch to ceramic bezels for its sports models, Tudor stuck with its guns and began offering a new modernised dive watches in the form of the Pelagos and Black Bay. These new watches, combined with the 'warmer', retro-inspired aesthetic retained by Tudor, meant that it developed a distinct identity from Rolex.

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