Tudor stole the show at Baselworld 2018 with the surprise release of the Tudor Black Bay GMT. A throwback to an early vintage of Rolex’s GMT Master 2, based on the Submariner platform Tudor released in 2010 the Heritage Chrono.
With a handsome 41mm Pepsi Bezel, the Black Bay GMT is available on a riveted brushed steel bracelet, leather band or one of Tudors fabric straps. Wether you’re going to buy one or not, get stuck into the customisation options on Tudors Black Bay watch builder.
A capable sports-watch with a tough stainless steel case, 200m water resistance & an automatic movement with a 70hr power reserve. The in-house Tudor GMT movement is aimed squarely at a travel-focused audience.
Hoodinkee: A Week On The Wrist – The Tudor Black Bay GMT
If you’re looking for a more detailed read, I’d highly recommend the Week On The Wrist video below and the full write-up by Hodinkee.
Seriously, the Black Bay GMT is a gorgeous watch. Expect this to be extremely difficult to source from your local watch dealer.