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Hands-On: Tudor Black Bay Fifty Eight 'BB58' Blue Watch Hands-On Tudor

While I often like 40mm-wide-plus watches, I feel a frequent observation about the bigger Tudor Black Bay is that it seems a bit thick and slightly off when it comes to complete proportions. It simply feels too beefy to be as correctly identified as a fully vintage-themed contemporary sports opinion….

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Tudor Black Bay Evolution Process Series

Tudor Oyster Prince Submariner 7922 The Tudor Oyster Prince 7922 has been Tudor’s very first dive watch. The 7922 looked a lot like its Rolex counterpart, although its descendants are discernible from the Submariner. It shared the exact same circumstance, bracelet, and crown . Additionally, it managed to impress professional…

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