TUDOR's New Reveals at Watches and Wonders 2024

TUDOR has unveiled four new models at Watches and Wonders 2024.
For the Clair de Rose, now exclusively in stainless steel with mechanical movements, TUDOR adds a signature blue dial. There are also two updates to the Black Bay 58 line. The first is an all-new, Master Chronometer certified Black Bay 58 GMT. The second, named Black Bay 58 18K, comes in 18 ct yellow gold with an open case back, Manufacture Calibre, and a gold bracelet. This model is a nod to the year 1958, marking the launch of TUDOR’s first diver's watch capable of reaching 200 metres (660 ft), known as the "Big Crown" or reference 7924. TUDOR also introduces the newest iteration of the Black Bay in monochrome - this model features evolved design elements, a “T-fit” clasp and is Master Chronometer certified by METAS.
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Boldness manifests in various ways, and the new Black Bay Chrono with its pink dial exemplifies this. Crafted to reflect the audacious spirit of TUDOR ambassadors, this watch is not designed for the masses. Its pink dial, an unconventional choice, aligns with TUDOR's tradition of challenging the norm and underscores the brand's commitment to distinctive, daring designs. This is precisely why it has been included in the TUDOR collection.

TUDOR Black Bay Fifty-Eight

TUDOR pays tribute to the brand's first divers' watches with the Black Bay Fifty-Eight, a model whose dimensions evoke that of the epoch. Fitted with a TUDOR Manufacture Calibre, the Black Bay 58 is designed for slim wrists, people who like more compact watches and vintage enthusiasts alike.

The Black Bay 58 gets its name from the year 1958, in which the first TUDOR divers’ watch waterproof to 200 metres (660 ft), reference 7924 or “Big Crown”, was introduced. Among other aesthetic nods to this historic watch, the model offers a case 39 mm in diameter in keeping with the characteristic proportions of the 1950s.


The new Pelagos FXD pays tribute to decades of TUDOR watches on the wrists of US Navy divers. Complete with fixed strap bars, a titanium case, a high-performance Manufacture Calibre and a unidirectional elapsed-time rotating bezel, it comes as the ultimate modern “Milsub”.