Making its debut at Baselworld 2017 is the Tudor Heritage Black Bay Steel watch, representing the first model in the Black Bay family to contain a date function. Another key difference from past editions is the rotating bezel, which is machined from steel and features a satin-brushed matte finish for a sleek, industrial aesthetic. Developed specially for this model, the Tudor manufacture Caliber MT5612 movement is a variation of the brand’s first in-house movement, boasting a power reserve of 70 hours. The watch comes in two variations: one features a steel riveted bracelet and is priced at $3,800, the other is fitted with a leather strap and retails for $3,475.

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