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THE CASE OF THE TUDOR HERITAGE BLACK BAY BRONZE 79250BM For Baselworld 2016, the Black Bay family grows with the arrival of the new Tudor Heritage Black Bay Bronze 79250BM. First and main attraction is for sure the material used. As a reference to the use of bronze in historic ships and other diving equipment, Tudor decided to update its best-seller with a case made in a high-performance aluminum / bronze alloy. As all the watches made in bronze, the Tudor Heritage Black Bay Bronze 79250BM will have this warm and gold-looking colour, but only for a little while. It will age, it will gain patina (turning into a typical bronze green), depending on the way the wearer will use his watch. Other novelty: the finish of this case. Previously entirely polished, with the exception of the lugs, it is now entirely brushed (even the chamfer on the sides) to guarantee a homogeneous development of the patina. And because bronze isn’t hypoallergenic, the caseback is made in bronze-coloured PVD-treated stainless steel. But don’t consider the new Tudor Heritage Black Bay Bronze 79250BM as just an update of materials and colours… It goes several steps further and the list of updates is much longer.