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Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight 925 | Sterling Silver Case (Like New – November 2021) Ref. 79010SG


Pre-Owned Tudor 39mm Black Bay Fifty-Eight 925, Gray Dial, Gray Fabric Strap Ref. 79010SG

The Black Bay Fifty-Eight gets its name from the year 1958 when the Tudor divers’ watch water resistance was increased to 200 meters (660 ft).  Among other aesthetic nods to this historic watch, this model offers a sterling silver case, (thus the “925” which represents the purity of the silver at 92.5%), 39mm in diameter in keeping with the characteristic proportions of the 1950s.  The self-winding mechanical movement with bidirectional rotor system is certified as a chronometer by the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC), with performances going beyond the standards set by this independent institute. The power reserve is 70 hours, which enables the wearer to take the watch off on a Friday evening and put it back on again on Monday morning without having to reset it. Attached is a comfortable gray fabric strap. This watch comes complete with the original box and papers.

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Additional information

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Rotating, Uni-Directional, Aluminum

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Screw Down

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35mm – 39mm


Factory Warranty

Item ID0005529
Model #79010SG
Model NameBlack Bay Fifty-Eight
Year Producedca. 2021
Serial NumberFS7XXXX


Rolex is recognized throughout the world not only as a brand associated with luxury, but as a watch that is both luxurious and precise.  For Rolex, this hard-won and well-deserved recognition was never in doubt.  The founder, Hans Wilsdorf named the company Rolex to be pronounceable in any language, as he anticipated the acclaim his company would receive due to relentless pursuit of precision and accuracy in a wristwatch.  Soon after its founding, Rolex produced the first wristwatch to receive the Swiss Certificate of Chronometric Precision, which was followed rapidly by receipt of a certificate of precision from the Kew Observatory in Great Britain.  From those roots Rolex built a legacy of innovation.  The Oyster watch was the first waterproof and dustproof wristwatch in 1926, followed by the first self-winding Perpetual rotor.  Building once again on innovation, the Datejust became the first self-winding wrist chronometer to include a date in a window on the dial.  Adventurous women and men who strive to make history have chosen Rolex for their expedition, which both perpetuates the brand’s claim to precision and dependability as well as attests to its veracity.  Hans Wilsdorf may have anticipated the acclaim Rolex would someday achieve, but even he might have been impressed with its success.