Tudor recently unveiled a new version of its Heritage Black Bay divers’ watch, which won the “Revival” prize at the 2013 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, the year after it was first introduced. The Heritage Black Bay collection draws its core design attributes, including its clean lines and domed crystal, from the brand’s first divers watch, the Tudor Submariner, launched in 1954. The oversized winding crown nods to a 1958 model which earned the nickname “Big Crown” among collectors. Paired with these references to the brand’s aesthetic heritage are modern elements such as a substantial 41mm steel case and a black, anodized aluminium crown tube. Under the hood is a Tudor caliber 2824 automatic movement with a 38-hour power reserve. The new model features a black unidirectional bezel, while it was previously available exclusively in either burgundy red or blue.