Tudor Black Bay 41 – elegant vintage vibes
The Tudor Black Bay 41 is part of the world-famous Black Bay series and is characterised by its combination of elegant design features and retro elements. With the Tudor Black Bay 41 mm case size, the sporty model is comparatively large and is particularly popular with many men. In addition to the stainless steel versions, you also get interesting bicolour models with a classic black or subtle champagne-coloured dial.
Discover the beautiful 41 millimeter version at attractive prices and benefit from our free worldwide shipping and our 2-year CHRONEXT warranty.
State-of-the-art technology meets vintage vibes in the Tudor Black Bay 41
The dial design of the Black Bay 41 is based on the famous diving watches of the 1950s but dispenses with the diving bezel typical of the original Black Bay. Thanks to a water resistance of 150 metres, the watch is still easily suitable for swimming. However, you should refrain from diving with the Black Bay 41 from Tudor. Instead of the diving bezel, the stainless steel model is equipped with a polished, fixed steel bezel. The letters "Rotor" and "Self-winding" are printed above the six o'clock position. The latter print can also be found on some vintage Tudor models from the 50s and 60s.
The automatic caliber 2824 from Swiss manufacturer ETA is the mechanism that drives the Black Bay 41 from Tudor. Tudor uses the highest quality level of the caliber and refines it in-house. After full winding, the movement has a power reserve of 38 hours. In addition to low production costs, the ETA caliber scores among enthusiasts with uncomplicated maintenance. After the guarantee has expired, you can also have maintenance carried out by trusted established watchmakers.
The famous snowflake hands, the Tudor Black Bay 41 lug to lug and the point indices add to the watch’s unique charm and give it its character-packed look. The Tudor Black Bay 41 SG00 Bay 41 S&G stands out from the series. The bi-colour model made of stainless steel and the finest gold is reminiscent of watches from the 1980s and is a timeless classic.
Reasons to buy a Black Bay 41
- Elegant retro design
- Swiss automatic caliber 2824 from ETA
- Water resistance up to 150 metres
- Sporty 41-millimetre case
- Snowflake pointer
- Good price-performance ratio
- Available in stainless steel and bi-colour versions
Bi-colour version: The Tudor Black Bay 41 S&G in detail
The Tudor Black Bay 41 S&G is an interesting bi-colour watch that draws admiring looks with its satin bezel and gold crown. The dials are available in two colours: the champagne-coloured sunburst dial gives the dial structure and sheen. The matt black dial looks classy and timeless.
As with all Black Bay models, the indices and hands of the Black Bay 41 S&G are filled with Superluminova. This guarantees good readability even in poor lighting conditions.
The bracelet of the Tudor Black Bay 41 S&G has five rows and is based on the design of the legendary Jubilé bracelet from Rolex - the parent company of Tudor. Harmonious overall picture: outer band links are made of satin-finished stainless steel, middle links are polished, intermediate links are fashioned from satin gold.
The best deals at CHRONEXT
While the list price for a new Black Bay 41 S&G is £3,445, the current Tudor Black Bay 41 price at CHRONEXT is £450 or less. We also offer used Black Bay models for a lower price than the list price.
Stainless steel version: The Black Bay 41 in detail
Blue or black? With the stainless steel version of the Tudor Black Bay 41, you can choose from two dial colours to suit every occasion such as the Tudor Black Bay 41 blue. The sister company of Rolex also offers you various options when it comes to choosing a bracelet: whether it is a classic stainless steel bracelet, a Tudor Black Bay 41 rubber strap, a bracelet with a folding clasp or a leather and textile bracelet. The leather bracelet with a vintage look is available in brown, while the sporty textile bracelet is available in black.
The cost of a Tudor Black Bay 41 varies depending on the watch but tends to be in the lower price segment. The cheapest model with the reference 79540-0009 (textile bracelet) is around £1,800. The most expensive model at around £2,985 is still comparatively cheap for a luxury watch.