Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight, Ref. 79030N
Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight, Ref. 79030N
Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight, Ref. 79030N
Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight, Ref. 79030N
Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight, Ref. 79030N
Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight, Ref. 79030N
Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight, Ref. 79030N
Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight, Ref. 79030N
Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight, Ref. 79030N
Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight, Ref. 79030N
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Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight, Ref. 79030N

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Case: Stainless steel, polished and satin finish with riveted bracelet. Domed sapphire crystal. Screw-down crown. Water-resistant to 200m. Unidirectional rotating bezel with 60 minute indicator in matte black anodized aluminum with gilded markings and numerals. Case, crown, and bracelet signed.

Dial: Black with ivory and gilded markings. Hours, minutes, and seconds. Signed.

Movement: In house calibre MT5402 (COSC). Self-winding mechanical movement with bidirectional rotor system. Power reserve of approximately 70 hours.

Reference: 79030N.

Case No: I9979xx

Diameter: 39mm, thickness: 12mm.

Circa 2018.

Condition: Like new, presented with original box, papers, alternate NATO strap and bracelet extender. 

More about Tudor:

41 years after founding Rolex SA, Hans Wildorf launched a second company, Tudor. Tudor watches became popular thanks to their durability and similarity in design and appearance to the more expensive Rolex tool watches. Tudor’s dive watches were often chosen by various armed and naval forces for their reliability and lower cost than Rolex dive watches.

The first Tudor Submariner was the reference 7922, released in 1954 as the brand’s first diver’s watch. Tudor introduced a several variants of this Submariner model over the next few years, including the reference 7923, the reference 7924 in 1958, and the reference 7928 in 1960. In 1968, Tudor introduced two new references of the Oyster Prince Submariner that featured newly upgraded ETA movements, 7016/0 and 7021/0. These models featured a new dial and hand design, using larger square-shaped and rectangular hour markers, and matching hour hands with uniquely angled ends. Both aesthetically appealing and more legible while diving, these Submariners were dubbed “snowflake” ‘by collectors.

The Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight diver range recalls these vintage models of the Tudor Submariner by reprising the same highly-collectible “snowflake” hands of the originals. In its own right, the Black Bay Fifty-Eight has quickly become a highly sought-after time piece, and the star of the contemporary Tudor line thanks to its easy wearability, quality, attractiveness, and accessible price point.