New Black Bay 41 Review

Video Review: Tudor Black Bay 41 ‘Monochrome’ Charts a New Path - The Deep Track

The Tudor Black Bay collection has become the standard bearer of dive watches in the $3 to 5k price range over its 12 year and counting production run. The

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I've spent the past week wearing the new Black Bay 41 'monochrome' released by Tudor this year at Watches & Wonders. This is a watch that has come a long way in the past decade without losing itself in the process. This execution feels a bit different than the rest, though. My hope is that it opens the door to more Black Bay watches (58, 54, GMT, Pro) being done in neutral colorways.

Overall, there's a lot to like about this release, even if it isn't the flashiest. Catch my full thoughts at the link and let me know what you think of this one below.

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Thanks for giving us lots of shots!

What do you think of the lug to lug? Seems a little long on paper.

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88MilesPerHour

Thanks for giving us lots of shots!

What do you think of the lug to lug? Seems a little long on paper.

That's the only measurement that I think will give some people pause. For my wrist it's just fits within the confines, but it's a long lug for sure and anyone with a wrist under 7 inches may find it a bit too long. On the bright side it is a thin tapered lug so it's not too dramatic, but I think people should try it on prior to buying where possible.