Tudor Black Bay 32 S&G

New!

Expanding their offering of the Black Bay 32, 36 and 41 models, Tudor have introduced the S&G references to their collection with an all new five-link Steel and Gold bracelet exclusive to these recently launched timepieces.

Just as sporty, and even more elegant than before, the S&G models retain the aesthetic features of the Black Bay line, together with the reliablility and historical connection to Tudor Divers' watches. In the same spirit as the pervious S&G models, this introduction adds a precious quality to the timepiece. Combining polished Stainless Steel and satin-brushed Yellow Gold surfaces offers a subtle contrast and distinction as well as warmth to the case and bracelet. 

The new S&G range adopts the characteristic angular hands, known to collectors as "snowflake", that appeared in the brand’s 1969 catalogue. The large winding crown, characteristic of the first generation of TUDOR divers’ watches, is also presented on this new model.

The Black Bay 32 S&G is also available with a satin-brushed champagne-coloured dial, which allows the wearer to further refine the watch's aesthetics.

movement type Automatic
dial colour Black Dial
case material Stainless Steel with Yellow Gold Bezel
water resistance Waterproof up to 150m (500ft)
strap material Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
case diameter 32mm
guarantee 2 Years

A handsome timepiece makes the perfect gift, whether for a loved one or as a treat to yourself. Our timepiece portfolio is composed of some of the world’s most revered watch brands, and whether you are procuring men’s or ladies’ watches, you will find an array of chic & timeless styles to suit anyone’s taste.

Created in 1926 by the founder of Rolex, Hans Wilsdorf, the TUDOR Watch Company was born with a mission to explore new territories, offering a watch at a more accessible price, yet retaining the standards of unparalleled quality and dependability. Today, TUDOR are a world-renowned Swiss watchmaker and their watches have have been put to test on the wrists of the most daring individuals, from the British North Greenland Expedition to the French Navy.