If You Only Buy One Dive Watch, Buy This One – UK Cheap Replica Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight

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Look, we don’t want to tell you what to do — that’s not our job here at Gear Patrol. But go out and get yourself a stainless steel case fake Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight. Why? Because we sort of think it’s the perfect watch. Not even the perfect dive watch — just the perfect watch.

For those of you who lust after a Rolex Submariner but can’t stomach the thought of paying over $8,000 for one, there’s the BB58 at less than half that cost. For those of you who desire a well-sized watch that’s still legible but doesn’t dwarf your wrist, there’s the BB58 at 39mm. For those of you who wants something you can wear in the water, when traveling, to the office, or maybe even with a tuxedo (shit, James Bond did it once or twice…), there’s the BB58.
For those of you who appreciate fine watchmaking, the BB58 features an in-house Tudor cal. MT5402, which is chronometer-certified. For those of you who like a good old-fashioned steel bracelet, you can get the Swiss movement replica Tudor Black Bay on one of those for $3,800. For those of you who prefer it on a fine leather or fabric strap, you can nab it on one for $3,375. Oh, and it comes in both black/gilt and blue colors.
Do we have to keep going? Fine, we will: here’s more of us waxing poetic on the charms of the BB58, and a few reasons why we think it’s the right watch for you — whoever you are

It’s The Perfect Size
Rolex upped its Submariner to 41mm last year. Whyyyyy. They had such a good thing going. Anyway, the steel bracelet Tudor replica watch is 39mm. 39mm is just like 40mm, but one better. (“It’s one more loud.”) Seriously, though, this is the Goldilocks size for dive copy watches. Throw one on and you’ll agree. I haven’t met a single person who’s tried one on who disagrees. Now if we only get them to make a damned 39mm GMT…
It’s Got All The Fixins
In-house movement, chronometer certified. Matching rivet-style bracelet. Awesome-looking snowflake hands and highly legible design. 200m of water resistance. 70 hours of power reserve. Awesome aluminum bezel insert. Oh, and it also tells the time.

It’s Beautiful
I mean, just look at that gorgeous gilt dial. And if that isn’t enough to get your heart racing, then what about that new blue version? The high quality replica Tudor just gets it. Their design team understand proportion, nuance and restraint, and the result is a watch that only an evil step-parent could hate. (I think I got that metaphor backwards, but you get it. The watch is sexy.)

Line of Succession: Reviewing the UK Cheap Fake Tudor Heritage Black Bay Chronograph

The best quality fake Tudor Heritage Black Bay Chronograph profits from a collaboration with Breitling while drawing deeply from Tudor’s own history. In this feature from the WatchTime archives, with original photos by OK-Photography, we give the watch an in-depth review.
Our photographer appreciates high-quality products that have a story to tell – like his Leica camera that’s been around since 1954, attached to a leather strap from Cyprus that has a unique, well-worn patina. As he’s staging the copy Tudor Heritage Black Bay Chrono for our photo shoot for this review, it occurs to him that he prefers classic objects with no “sell-by date.”

Tudor draws characteristic elements of this watch from models in its past. The curved sapphire crystal and dial recall the first Tudor dive watch. The oversize “Big Crown” is a design feature of the Reference 7924 from 1958, the first Tudor replica wristwatch to be water-resistant to a depth of 200 meters. The water resistance is printed in red on the dial of this watch, just as it was on historical models. And the new model’s “snowflake” hands are like those on the Tudor wristwatches that were supplied to the French Navy in the 1970s. History also connects the new fake Tudor Heritage Black Bay Chrono Ref. 79350 with the world of motorsports – represented here by the chronograph with its fixed tachymeter bezel, which has been a feature of all Tudor stopwatches. Tudor introduced its first chronograph, the “Prince Oysterdate,” equipped with an ETA/Valjoux 7734 movement, in 1970.
This new model’s movement is the result of a collaboration with Breitling. The two brands are now sharing expertise in the design and production of mechanical movements with the aim of developing more in-house capabilities. Using Breitling Caliber B01 as a base, Tudor has installed an in-house regulator with a silicon hairspring – a joint patent of Rolex, Patek Philippe and the Swatch Group – and then placed its own rotor on top. Tudor calls it the MT5813 caliber and it has been certified by the COSC as a chronometer. (In turn, Breitling is using Tudor’s MT5612 caliber as a base movement.)

Tudor clone has made another technical modification to the original base movement. Like its first chronograph, the subdial at 3 o’clock has a 45-minute range instead of the usual 30 minutes.
The Big Crown sits inside a long tube. After releasing the screw by turning it counterclockwise, the crown jumps out for the purpose of manual winding. It can also be easily pulled into the correct positions for quick-date adjustment and hand setting, and then returned securely to its screw-down, locked position.

The date mechanism is designed for quick and easy date correction. When the watch is running, it advances to the next day precisely at midnight. It makes a strong impression in black and white at 6 o’clock. The resulting omission of a luminous dot here and at 3 and 9 o’clock is no problem, since the remaining eight glowing dots and the triangle at 12 o’clock, along with the substantial hands, make it easy to read the time day or night. The chronograph function of Tudor copy with stainless steel case retreats modestly to the background during the day and disappears at night.
Manufacturer: Montres Tudor SA, Rue François-Dussaud 3-7, 1211, Geneva 26, Switzerland
Reference number: 79350
Functions: Hours, minutes, small seconds, date, chronograph (central elapsed seconds, 45-minute counter), tachymeter track
Movement: MT5813, based on Breitling B01, automatic, 28,800 vph, 41 jewels, Incabloc shock absorption, screw- type fine regulation, approx. 70-hour power reserve, diameter = 30.4 mm, height = 7.23 mm
Case: Stainless steel with brushed and polished finish, water resistant to 200 meters
Bracelet and cla­­sp: Integrated stainless-steel bracelet and additional fabric strap
Rate results (Deviation in seconds per 24 hours (Fully wound/after 24 hours):
Dial up: +2.1 / +0.9
Dial down: +4.7 / +3.1
Crown up: –0.6 / –4.3
Crown down: –0.8 / +0.4
Crown left: 0 / –0.2
Greatest deviation: 5.5 / 7.4
Average deviation: +1.1 / 0
Average amplitude:
Flat positions 315° / 299°
Hanging positions 290° / 270°
Dimensions: Diameter = 41.48 mm, height = 14.79 mm, weight = 190 g
Variations: With leather strap and additional fabric strap ($4,725)
Price: $5,050