David Beckham wears Tudor Black Bay Chrono Pink

TUDOR Drops A Pink Panda Dial : The All New Black Bay Chrono “Pink”

THM Desk
30 Mar 2024 |
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In the days leading up to Watches and Wonders, Tudor has delighted us with an unexpected announcement: a collaboration with David Beckham's soccer club, Inter Miami, along with the unveiling of a brand-new chronograph designed to complement the team's colors. Introducing the Tudor Black Bay Chrono "Pink." Originally made together with Jay Chou and now released to the public, this new version of the Black Bay Chrono celebrates the daring spirit of the TUDOR ambassadors.

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Why Pink?
Pink is prominently featured in the livery of the club founded by David Beckham, and coincidentally, it serves as the signature color of Chinese musician Jay Chou, who is also one of Tudor's brand ambassadors. Additionally, the Giro d'Italia, a bicycle race supported by the Swiss watchmaker, outfits its participants in pink jerseys. Therefore, given the prevalence of the rose-colored hue in Tudor's sphere, the concept of a pink-dialed watch feels perfectly fitting. These TUDOR ambassadors wear pink with intention. They know that being daring means going against the status quo. To them, there are no rules.

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Not For Everyone…
Certainly, staunch enthusiasts of tool watches may hold differing opinions—which is precisely why the upcoming release of the Black Bay Chrono "Pink" will be restricted to a limited quantity—although Tudor has not disclosed the exact extent of this limitation. The watch itself is undeniably attractive, particularly for aficionados of the brand: Encased in a 41mm satin-brushed and polished 316L stainless steel casing, it showcases a fixed anodized aluminum bezel insert in black with a white tachymeter scale, a screw-down crown adorned with the emblematic "rose" logo, screw-down pushers, and a domed sapphire crystal.

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In essence, what we have here is a variant of the Black Bay Chrono with two significant modifications: a domed dial in pink and a five-piece link bracelet. Although Tudor has not explicitly mentioned it, could this be the first Black Bay Chrono on a Jubilee-inspired bracelet? Frankly, it complements the timepiece splendidly, further enhanced by the inclusion of Tudor's beloved "T-fit" rapid adjustment clasp.

Though it presents a bold departure from the typically conservative and vintage-inspired designs of the Black Bay collection, the introduction of this pink dial brings a refreshing vibrancy and playfulness to the watch. With Watches and Wonders 2024 just around the corner, we wonder if Tudor is sending out a message of what we can expect!