Tudor Black Bay 36 review

To tell the time, you’ll have to read a set of Tudor’s iconic “snowflake” hands. The easiest way to describe the hour hand is that it looks like a standard stick hand swallowed a diamond. The minutes hand is straight the entire way through, terminating at an angled point. Sweeping around the dial is the seconds hand with its diamond-shaped lume plot located towards the tip. At first, I was impartial to the snowflake hands. After living with them for a little while, however, they’ve grown on me quite a bit because of their unique look and high legibility. Plus, there’s no confusing the hour hand with the minutes hand since they’re so different from each other. The small diamond on the seconds hand also makes it easy to time short tasks if need be. Protecting everything is a flat sapphire crystal that sits nearly flush with the case… More here.

Nice to see the smaller Tudor getting some coverage.



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