The New Tudor Small Copper Flower Looks Better! Real Shot Biwan Series New Slate Gray Gradient Bronze Watch

At the Basel Haute Horlogerie Show this year, Tudor launched four Biwan series watches. As one of the most eye-catching masterpieces in the Biwan series, BlackBayBronze draws inspiration from the thousands of changes that time has given to color. This year, it specially launched a new slate gray gradient dial. The Biwan Bronze model not only won the Petite Aiguille prize in the Geneva Watch Awards in 2016, but also symbolized the deep relationship between Tudor and the navies of various countries.
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  The core feature of this Biwan Bronze watch is a bronze case with a diameter of 43 mm. This material reproduces the aesthetics of brass materials used in ancient ships and other diving equipment. This ‘active’ metal is a class of aluminum-copper alloys with outstanding properties. It is widely used in marine parts that must have superior corrosion resistance in naval engineering. The new Biwan bronze dial and bezel adopt a new slate gray color scheme, which produces more subtle changes over time and blooms a unique beauty.

  The slate gray dial gradually changes from the outer edge to the center, with the bezel and the hands and hour markers embellished with gold details. This time-honored yet delicate and exquisite combination perfectly shows the unique aesthetic proposition of this watch. The hands and hour markers are coated with a luminous coating to ensure that the time can be clearly seen in any environment.

  The unique color of the bronze material is the companion’s mark, which records the experiences of the wearer and the watch. It may be a wonderful journey around the world, as if ‘tailored’ for the wearer.

  The watch features a bronze screw-in winding crown with the Tudor classic rose logo engraved above the crown.

  The watch is designed with a dense bottom, equipped with the original Tudor movement MT5601, certified by the Swiss Official Observatory (COSC), equipped with a silicon balance spring, and has a power reserve of up to 70 hours.

  Black matte leather or slate gray textured strap with bronze buckle.

  Each Biwan Bronze watch will present a unique subtle change and special color according to the wearer’s habits. The appearance of Biwan Bronze is simple and neat, and it can meet the challenges of various harsh environments with strong practicality. This new Biwan Bronze watch has injected more inspiration and innovation, and continues to inherit the essence of the diving watch design, making every detail of the watch intriguing, telling the glorious past between the Tudor diving watch and the Navy. Deep roots.

  The above is the latest cutting-edge information of the 2019 Basel International Watch Fair brought to you by the Watch House. Next, we will provide more and more exciting exhibition reports, so stay tuned.

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