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TUDOR GOES PINK, AGAIN! THIS TIME WITH A BRAND-NEW WATCH!

The Black Bay Chrono “Pink” might not be for everyone, and that’s OK because few of them will ever be made.

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Yesterday TUDOR went pink for the very first time by becoming the official timekeeper of the Inter Miami CF. Today, TUDOR is going pink again! Only this time, it’s with a watch. Originally made together with Jay Chou and now released to the public, this new version of the Black Bay Chrono celebrates the daring spirit of the TUDOR ambassadors.

So what makes pink so daring?

Jay Chou owns the colour pink, so much so that it’s become his signature, recognized by anyone who follows him. When the leader of the Giro d’Italia puts on the pink jersey, there is no hesitation. The distinction is earned, and the rider is proud to wear pink. When David Beckham dreamed up Inter Miami CF, pink was incorporated into the team’s aesthetic because they had to stand out. These TUDOR ambassadors wear pink with intention. They know that being daring means going against the status quo. To them, there are no rules.

The Black Bay Chrono “Pink” might not be for everyone, and that’s OK because few of them will ever be made. The Black Bay Chrono was already quite a bold watch even before this new dial colour was introduced. Since the launch in 1970 of the Oysterdate model, TUDOR’s first chronograph, the brand has always produced watches that are closely tied to the world of motorsport. Since 1954, TUDOR has likewise been constantly improving its professional divers’ watches. The Black Bay Chrono model seamlessly fuses these traditions in a sports chronograph, with contrasting sub-counters and a high-performance automatic Manufacture Calibre, with column wheel construction and vertical clutch. The Black Bay Chrono “Pink” isn’t for the mainstream. Only a small number of examples will be produced.