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"Tudor adds a new material to its growing list of Black Bay variants, with the new Black Bay Ceramic. This is the first time a full ceramic case is used on a regular production model, succeeding an earlier Only Watch 2019 all black model. Other notable changes include METAS certification, an anti-magnetic movement, and a two-liner dial instead of the usual Rolex style ‘paragraph’."
https://deployant.com/tudor-black-bay-c ... ay-ceramic
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Wonder how it would hold up to a drop?
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Ghastly, which is what I wouldn’t say in case of most Black Bay models. However, it took proper balls for Tudor to go to an Omega-run lab and match Omega at their own game. There must have been more than enough shouting of „putain!” and „Scheisse!” at the offices in Bienne...
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I gotta see this one in real time. The first impression isn't all that positive, but I'll reserve full judgement.
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