Tudor x Bucherer Heritage Black Bay Bronze Blue Watch

Created as part of the Swiss retailer's 130th anniversary Blue Editions collection, the Tudor x Bucherer Heritage Black Bay Bronze Blue Watch is a unique take on an already handsome timepiece. Mechanically identical to the standard model, including the Tudor MT5601 in-house movement and 43mm bronze alloy case, it swaps the brown dial and bezel of the original with dark blue components. It's finished with a new blue and bronze fabric strap with bronze hardware and has an engraving commemorating the anniversary on the rear.

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    Pairing a light bone/black band with a Space Gray body, the Apple Watch NikeLab gives the world's most common smartwatch a highly distinctive look. It's based on the Apple Watch Series 2 and offers the same water resistance, built-in GPS, and brighter display. Its Nike Sport Band is lighter than the traditional Apple Sport Band, with contrasting compression-molded perforations and help to improve ventilation. The watch also comes equipped with exclusive Nike watch faces and will be available at nike.com, NikeLab stores, and the Apple Watch Store at Isetan Shinjuku.

  • 1950's Tudor Submariner 7923 Watch

    Found in an estate sale just a few weeks ago, this 1950's Tudor Submariner 7923 Watch is an outstanding example of a highly-coveted timepiece. The watch is completely original save for the crystal (the original will be included), meaning the black dial with its purplish brown patina, unpolished case, and red depth rating all show their age with grace. Notably, the 7923 reference is the only Rolex or Tudor submariner ever produced that's manually wound, using a modified ETA movement paired with rare pencil hands, making this one even more desirable than its vintage looks suggest.

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