When you look at a TUDOR Black Bay watch, you catch glimpses of the brand’s history, combined into a magnificent timepiece that creates a modern feel out of timeless design elements. Each new color scheme, update, and tweak is pulled from the history of the watchmaker to align in the greater story of Swiss timepiece manufacturing. Then there is the TUDOR Black Bay Ceramic.
You may recognize the snowflake hands, first introduced by TUDOR in 1968, and the case is indeed the slab-side shape you are familiar with, but the comparison quite literally ends there. In place of the traditional Black Bay is an ominous, sleek, stealthy beauty constructed from ceramic and powered by the most technologically advanced movement ever placed in a TUDOR. This is the Black Bay Ceramic.