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Oh the wonderful world of Tudor. There is the Black Bay 32/36/41, the Black Bay Heritage, the Black Bay Fifty Eight, the Black Bay Chrono, the Black Bay Date, the Black Bay GMT...AND the Black Bay P01. One of those watches is not like the other! Why did the P01 come to be? Why is it's case like that? Find out in this episode!
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Today, we dive into two of Tudor's most out there watches - the Black Bay P01 and Black Bay 41!
In the 1960s, Rolex developed (and subsequently filed a patent for) a dive watch with a bezel that locked into place. The result was the clamp system seen on the P01, which does effectively trap the bezel in its place and keep it from moving. It's a total marmite watch - either you love it, or you can't stand it, but whatever your position, it's just nice to see a luxury brand produce something that is very much a tool to its core.
Next up, we have the Black Bay 41, a larger version of the much loved Black Bay 36. It fills in this gap that had existed in Tudor's collection, one that called for a sporty, Explorer-esque watch that was still eminently wearable with a suit. It's an impressive watch, especially for a price point of well under $5k (under $3k, in fact), and just goes to show the kind of value you can pick up in the Tudor range these days.