We have reached the top 5 and this handsome piece from Tudor definitely deserves its spot.
Two-tone watches are no longer a thing of the past. On the heels of the all-steel Black Bay 41, Tudor has also introduced a gold and steel version of its incredibly popular dive watch, the Heritage Black Bay. And this one has something special under the hood: Tudor’s caliber MT5612, its in-house, three-hand with date movement.
Both the end-links and the bezel are solid gold, while the crown and links are “gold-capped,” a process which creates a thicker and stronger layer of gold over the steel than traditional PVD. The watch comes on a bracelet or a handsome distressed leather strap, and like most Tudor offerings, is packaged with an additional fabric strap to add versatility to the piece. With its subtle date window and hints of gold, this is a rare watch that works with a suit in the boardroom and a golf shirt on the weekends, and unlike most desk-divers, isn’t one you’ll see on everyone’s wrist.