Beauden Barrett Tudor’s New Black Bay Chrono for the New Zealand All Blacks (with Live Images)

    Beauden Barrett Tudor’s New Black Bay Chrono for the New Zealand All Blacks (with Live Images)

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    The Rugby World Cup is a men’s rugby union tournament contested every four years between the top international teams. As the official timekeeper of the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan (September 20 to November 2), Tudor will equip all participating referees with a Black Bay Chrono in Steel (see WatchTime’s review from 2018).

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    The new Black Bay Chronograph Dark, a limited edition celebrating the brand’s partnership with the New Zealand All Blacks

    More importantly: As a result of Tudor’s partnership with the New Zealand All Blacks and to mark the Rugby World Cup beginning September 20th in Japan, the Swiss watch brand just launched theBlack Bay Chrono Dark(Ref. 79360DK): a 41-mm, blacked-out version of the chronograph – matching the All Blacks’ famous jersey – fitted with the COSC-certified MT5813 in-house caliber with column wheel and vertical clutch. The watch is limited to 1,181 pieces (the number of players that have served the legacy of New Zealand’s national rugby team since its creation in 1903); the one number that will not be available to collectors is #1115, which belongs to Beauden Barrett, who holds the world record for consecutive wins since his first test (19 wins from 19 tests).

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    The Black Bay Dark is most likely the first openly available limited edition from Tudor with an individual number (there have been limited editions and single pieces before).

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