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The Tudor Heritage Black Bay has been a runaway success since its introduction in 2012, and takes inspiration from vintage Submariner watches from the 50s, 60s and 70s.
Readers roll up their sleeves to help us pick the year’s best timepieces – it’s a snapshot of what the watchmaking brands are doing right.
Editor-at-Large Ken Kessler contemplates how watch trends form and how that allows the value purchase market to punch above its weight.
Once again, the global editors of Revolution weigh in on the best timepieces of the year, as well as the personalities that shaped the watch industry.