SOTC Part 4

My one and only Tudor (not anymore), the Black Bay 58 "Navy Blue" ref. M79030B.

Just showing the different shades of blue under different lighting conditions. From direct sunlight to artificial light, the dial goes from bright blue to almost black.

Not getting bored with this watch, love it. Luckily the bracelet fits my wrist, good enough not having me to get half-links.

Here are some close-up pics:

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My Tudor is getting lonely in the watch roll. Been thinking alot about the FXD as my next Tudor. G-Shock-ish looking Tudor, and I love changing to different fabric straps. Scrapping my earlier plan to get another Seiko 馃槀.

Can't decide either the new black or the blue (afraid that it looks too similiar to my BB58).

Not my pictures (for reference only):

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Thank you for reading my post. Hope you fellow crunchers have a wonderful weekend ahead.

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I can understand you now that my blue Omega and Breitling are very different with the change of light, whether from the sun or electricity.

Whoa! The FXD looks huge next to the 58.

Lovely watch!

Great photos.

I absolutely love this watch as well.

I have two Tudors, the same blue BB58, and a vintage Prince OysterDate. I like both. If Tudor releases a Pelagos FXD 39mm or a 39mm GMT I鈥檒l definitely 馃憖 at potentially adding a 3rd one. My general rule is to have no more than two watches of the same brand, the exception being Casio.

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EdWhite1964

Great photos.

I absolutely love this watch as well.

Thanks.

100misenuf

Lovely watch!

It is, thanks.

DH_NYC

Whoa! The FXD looks huge next to the 58.

42mm in diameter and nearly 52mm lug-to-lug, kinda similiar dimensions to my full metal G-Shocks.

mannyb65

I can understand you now that my blue Omega and Breitling are very different with the change of light, whether from the sun or electricity.

Yeah, it is. Makes it a joy to take pictures of, showcasing multiple shades of blue.

cota123

I have two Tudors, the same blue BB58, and a vintage Prince OysterDate. I like both. If Tudor releases a Pelagos FXD 39mm or a 39mm GMT I鈥檒l definitely 馃憖 at potentially adding a 3rd one. My general rule is to have no more than two watches of the same brand, the exception being Casio.

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Handsome looking Prince Oysterdate you have there.

I guess there won't be a 39mm FXD, probably a blue Pelagos version next. Or you can get the Ranger? Then you have three distinctive looking Tudors. 1 divewatch, 1 field watch with Arabic numerals, and 1 dressy ish watch with stick hour markers. No duplicates there, 馃榿.