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Tudor focused heavily on the Black Bay and I am very certain it will not disappoint a Tudor fan. In fact the comments I overheard from other bloggers were along the line that wish Rolex would learn from Tudor designers. I guess the brand has struck a nerve with the vintage Tudor collectors/admirers as well as millennials. I was shocked to see the presentation for Black Bay Steel & Gold (S&G) because it looked like a two-tone divers watch for fuddy duddies who are way past their prime and wear every thing will some yellow gold in it. But when the watch came out for inspection, I realized I was so wrong! The yellow gold actually appears to be bronze (in fact I was confused and asked them if it bronze). Gold is present on the bezel, crown, and on the stainless steel strap, but it has a brushed matt gold color.

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I know I ll get the response ''Pay up!''..but I would prefer a Gold and Steel Rolex over this.Have to be really much inlove with the Black Bay like to be wanting to get one of these..I prefer the plainer ones..(Black)
 

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I like it, two-tone Rolex's are way too blingy in my opinion. The matte two-tone is more understated and casual...I could certainly see a younger individual pulling this BB off over a TT Sub.
 

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I like that they went brushed gold instead of polished. Really sets it apart from the rolex as to not just be a tutor version of a two tone diver

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Slowly turning into more of a Tudor fan Especially being a wrong twister ;) lhd here I come


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