Attractive force: Tudor Black Bay Ceramic

Committed to its function: that's the Tudor Black Bay Ceramic. Readable at a glance in any situation, as robust as necessary, as aesthetic as possible - nothing else. You never have to change this design. But if, like now, magnetic field resistance comes into play, you might as well rework it with an elegant black ceramic case. And that, in turn, is itself quite an attractive force.

Oh, and all the other METAS certification requirements that make up a "Master Chronometer" are also met. What are those?

• Swiss Made
• Certification by the Swiss testing institute Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres (COSC)
• Precision at two different temperatures, in six different positions at two different power reserve levels: 100 % and 33 %
• Trouble-free operation of the movement and the watch when exposed to a magnetic field of 15,000 gauss and no deviation in precision after exposure to the magnetic field
• Water resistance to a depth of 200 meters in accordance with ISO standard 22810:2010
• Power reserve of 70 hours

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