Tudor’s Rare ‘All Blacks’ Watch Honors New Zealand’s Famed Rugby Team

Sep 17, 2019

Category: Style

The 2019 Rugby World Cup will take place in Japan, starting on September 20, which is the first time the savage tournament will be held in Asia. To celebrate New Zealand’s rugged rugby team called All Blacks, TUDOR is offering the limited edition Tudor Black Bay Chrono Dark Watch.

This limited edition model has a satin-brushed steel bracelet along with a black PVD-treated coating for a bold aesthetic. The 41mm watch references the TUDOR-supported All Blacks rugby team with its classic all-black colorway and a special engraving on the case back to note the unique serial number of each watch. Powering the timekeeper is a COSC-certified Caliber MT5813 self-winding movement for exceptional accuracy. It also features a vertical clutch and column wheel mechanism inspired by motorsports. The timepiece is limited to only 1,181 examples, which is the number of rugby athletes who have joined the All Blacks team since its inception in 1903. You can wrap this beautiful all-black timepiece around your wrist for $5,925.

Purchase: $5,925

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