The Black Bay Chronograph is one good looking watch. It consists of a tachymeter scale, 2 sub-dials, the iconic huge crown and two screw-down pushers. Putting all these together seem unconventional for a black bay, which is a simple and clean watch. But the end result is a watch that we really love.
The case is 41mm wide which is size which is perfect (for us). There were concerns about the iconic snowflake hands blocking the sub-dials, however it was a very negligible problem to us. The movement used is actually the B20, a Breitling movement and Breitling will receive Tudor's MT5612 calibre as a trade.
The Black Bay Chronograph comes in 2 different straps. A tan leather strap and a steel bracelet, both versions come with an alternative fabric strap. So all in all, 3 different straps.
Like the Autavia, the Black Bay Chronograph is our favourite Tudor Watch at the moment and we hope to see more of such creations.