TUDOR Drops Limited-Edition Black Bay Chrono Dark to Celebrate the New Zealand All Blacks

TUDOR has announced a limited edition Black Bay Chrono Dark watch. Staying on trend with its murdered-out Black Bay Ceramic One masterpiece from earlier this summer, the Chrono dark features an all-black design to celebrate New Zealand’s National rugby team.

Measuring at 41mm wide, the Chorno Dark is rendered in a matte black PVD finish instead of the standard steel detail. The watch features a dive-style dial surrounding a two-register chronograph display, offering running seconds and a 45-minute totalizer. There is also date at the six marker, luminous applied markers, and Tudor’s signature Snowflake hands.

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Live from Japan: From the inception of the team, there have been 1181 @AllBlacks players so there will be 1181 #BlackBay Chrono Dark available in the world for now. After that, for each new player selected in the team a new #BBChrono will be released #BornToDare #TudorWatch #AllBlacks #Rugby #RWC2019

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Pricing for the watch is a whopping $5,925. So far only 1,181 pieces have been made, and will be extremely hard to get for those who don’t play rugby. Production for the watch has been limited to one unit for each player ever to have played for the All Blacks. So, if you want this gorgeous watch, you better go pick up a rugby ball.

Take a closer look at TUDOR’s Black Bay Chorno Dark watch above.

On this episode of The Dropcast, we are joined by Matt Cohen of sneaker resell platform GOAT, and certified fashion GOD Bruce Pask, currently the head of men’s fashion at Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus. Listen below.

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