Black Bay 58

M79030B-0003 Price on request

The Black Bay Fifty-Eight is named after the year in which the first Tudor divers? watch, the reference 7924, was introduced. Waterproof to 200 metres, it was dubbed the ?Big Crown?. Among other aesthetic allusions to this famous historic watch, this model has a 39 mm diameter case, in keeping with the characteristic proportions of the 1950s.

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Technical Details

black bay 58




39mm steel case, Blue fabric strap




39mm steel case with polished and satin finish


Unidirectional rotatable bezel in steel with 60-minute graduated disc in matt blue anodised aluminium and silver gilded markings and numerals


Blue fabric strap with buckle


Manufacture Calibre MT5402 (COSC) Self-winding mechanical movement with bidirectional rotor system


Blue, domed


Domed sapphire crystal


Waterproof to 200m (660 ft)



Model Case

TUDOR black bay fifty-eight

Winding Crown

Steel screw-down winding crown, with the TUDOR rose in relief, with circular satin-brushed steel winding crown tube

Besides the Black Bay Fifty-Eight keeping with the dimensions of watches from the 1950s, it also features characteristic angular hands known to collectors as snowflake, which appeared in the brand?s 1969 catalogue. Similar to the first-generation Tudor divers’ watches to be waterproof to 200m (660 ft), it is fitted with the large winding crown. These aesthetic inclusions make the watch appeal to vintage enthusiasts and perfect for slim wrists.

Reminiscent of a time when Tudor divers’ watches were first being made, the Black Bay Fifty-Eight comes adorned with gold finishing to its hour markers, hands and minute track of its black and steel bezel. Equipped with the Manufacture Calibre MT5402?the second family of movements by Tudor? the watch can run for about 70 hours smoothly and reliably. This is due to the movement structure that has been designed to ensure robustness, longevity and reliability.

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