Tudor Black Bay Ceramic

The Tudor Black Bay Ceramic (above) isn’t the first ceramic-cased Tudor Black Bay. Nope. That honor belongs to the Tudor Black Bay Ceramic One. Sold under the high patronage of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco (not my words), the one-off timepiece raised a LOT of money for Big Al’s Only Watch charity. The world’s first Tudor Black Bay ceramic watch cost someone . . .

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Christopher Ward C65 Trident Diver Review

Christopher Ward calls the C65 a “retro dive watch.” The C65 has about as much in common with a traditional dive watch as speedboat has with a lobster trawler. Your basic dive watch is a bezel-heavy behemoth. And for good reason. Scuba diving requires large print legibility and brick shit house construction. This ain’t that . . .

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TUDOR Black Bay 58: Review

¬†We can have a debate about what makes a great dive watch. We can have a debate about whether or not dive watches are a dead genre walking. But there’s no argument that the TUDOR Black Bay 58 is the world’s best [traditionally styled] dive watch. Having spent some quality wrist time with the watch the market finds simply irresistible, here’s why . . .

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