Tudor Black Bay Chrono S&G Stainless Steel 41mm Black Dial Steel and Gold Bracelet 79363N-0001 - Brand New

Tudor Black Bay Chrono S&G Stainless Steel 41mm Black Dial Steel and Gold Bracelet 79363N-0001 - Brand New

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Brand New
Box & Papers
Production Year
Current Production
Model Number
Black Bay Chrono
Model Year
Current Model


Screw Down
Yellow Gold
Case Back
Stainless Steel
Case Size
41 mm
Case Shape


Dial Type
Date at
6 o'clock
Dial Color
Dial Markers


Band Material
Steel / Yellow Gold
Fold-Over Clasp
Steel Bracelet


Country of Manufacture
Date, Chronograph, Power Reserve
Water Resistance
200 Meters (660 Feet)


There welcome back to JazTime. JazTime.com is an online store that buys, sells and trades authentic luxury watches. We make these videos so you can easily choose the best watch for yourself in the comfort of your own home. We offer the lowest prices anywhere online. If you'd like to know the price, simply click on the links in the description below. We greatly appreciate it if you'd purchase your next one from us JazTime.com. Today we'll be taking a look at the Tudor, Black Bay Chrono, S and G, that means steel and gold, with the black face dial. There's a newer version with a white face dial. And there's also other versions of this dial with a sort of like a silver light sub dial, this one S and G, steel and gold with a black dial, with the bracelet, with the reference number 79363. And so kind of a complicated number there, but basically it's a Tudor Black Bay Chrono, S and G, that's basically what it is. I'll be going over the case, the dial, the bezel, the chrono functions, as well as the crown functions and the movement, and I'll be giving my thoughts on these throughout this video, as well as on the bracelet. All right, so starting off with this case, we do have a 41 millimeter case, from the two o'clock to eight o'clock position. That's between thumb and finger, right? Also, same as the 10 o'clock to four o'clock position, same 41 millimeters, same diameter. You have a stainless steel case here with polished in set and finishes here. So along the case sides here, you have a nice high polish, complete with my fingerprints, of course, and a set and brush finish along the front of the case, with, sort of, an interesting little bevel there that's extremely high polish, all right? Sort of fitting in with that high polish look there. And I believe these are actually stickers still on this case here. I'm not removing them because, well, why not? Well, there's no reason to remove them. All right, you have the stainless steel case back as well, with the crown there in yellow gold. And speaking of which this is the S and G model. So that means you do also have yellow-gold here and there, for the pushers, as well as the winding crown. All of these give you water resistance down to a hundred or 200 meters, sorry, or 300, sorry, 200 meters or 660 feet below sea level. This bezel here is a fixed yellow-gold bezel. As you can see the sides of this bezel here, all yellow-gold, all right, with sort of like this matte black anodized aluminum insert with the tachymetric scale, very much fitting with the overall, sort of look of a chronograph. Has the tachymeter much like the Rolex Daytona, it's brother or sister company. Basically you can use the chronograph hand to measure units per hour as dictated on this bezel here, based on, you know, however many units per hour that you time within a minute, all right? And so basically that's all there is to say about that. It's basically just like the Rolex Daytona. I'll have a comparison video to show you in a moment. Well, it will be up in, eventually, all right? But anyway, we do have a matching black matte dial as well, with sort of like the champagne sub dials for the 45 minute chronograph sub dial, as well as the small seconds at the nine o'clock position. You have a sort of a semi-maxi style dial. You don't have any stick markers here, but you do have the intermediate hours, 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, and 11 being the sort of dot markers with 12 o'clock being a sort of matching isosceles triangle. Don't call me a nerd, that's what it is. All right, so if I turn out the lights here, you do have a bit of luminescence, including that of the snowflake hand, the hour hand, very signature of Tudor branding there, with the minute hand as well, also glowing, very brightly. All right, there we go. Let's turn the lights back on. And something that actually sets this also apart from the Daytona is the fact that it does have a date aperture at the six o'clock position, with a white background, black text. Nice and easy to read, all right? So quite interesting from Tudor there, the sister company to Rolex. Now take a look at the chronograph functions here. It's very much like a Rolex Daytona in the fact that you need to unscrew the pushers in order to use them in order to actuate them. So if you press the top pusher, you can start up that chronograph hand, center-mounted of course, with the red tip there, all right? And also keep in mind that once the red tip chronograph hand sweeps past 12, we'll see in a moment that the chronograph hand in the sub dial will actually start to take up as well. Like, so, all right? So, also this does have a vertical clutch on the inside or a vertical column wheel and all that stuff. So, that basically means that you can use this as a large center-mounted seconds hand, if you so desire, no need to rely on the small seconds hand, if you want to. You can keep this running with no damage to the movement at all, right? Press the top button again, to stop it and press the bottom to reset it, as well as the sub dial at the three o'clock position. All right, and when you're done or you want to just keep it running, you can just screw the pushers back in, to also maintain that water resistance, right? So, what makes all of this work? It is what Tudor calls the manufacturer caliber MT5813, COSC certified, that it gives it the chronometer official certification, as listed on the dial there. But also keep in mind that, even though it says manufacturer caliber, that sort of implies that it is an in-house made movement, but it's actually a movement that is built off of the Breitling caliber B01. Now, sort of interestingly, like a combination of that caliber, B01, and Rolex's caliber 41/30, the Daytona caliber. So, sort of a combination of the two, and it sort of takes the best of both worlds. You do have the date aperture, that's what sort of the Breitling gives you, then you have the chronograph functioning here, sort of the B01 with the Rolex caliber, and also the internal portions, having the, sort of, the silicon balance spring with the, almost a Paraflex type of shock absorbers. It's basically inertia blocks, not necessarily the Paraflex shock absorbers, but it has the adjustable inertia blocks, just so that it can basically take a few bumps here and there, and you can get relatively close to circuitry, any sort of magnetized surface, it'll be keeping track of time, just fine, no need to worry about the internals of the watch. And, you know, considering that, you know, Breitling have been making movements for very long time, Rolex's, you know, Daytona has stood the test of time as a well, sort of combining the best of both worlds, of those two movements into this watch, makes us actually quite a very powerful movement on the inside. 41 jewels and also features a 28,800 vibration per hour rating. And also, let me take a look here. Yes, it also does have a power reserve of up to 70 hours. So that basically means that you can set this down Friday evening, pick it back up early Monday morning, no need to wind the watch. After winding the watch with the crown, you can just simply work basically for three entire days without it, or you can set it down for three entire days without any reason to wind it. Speaking of which, I didn't show you the crown functions here. So just simply unwind the crown at the three o'clock position. The first position allows you to wind the watch. So, if you're at a dead stop, about 20 or 30 full lines will get you to the full power reserve. And once you feel the damping and the resistance starting to ramp up, that's when you can stop, nice and easy there. Pull the crown out to the next position. This allows you to advance the date by one, it's about a half turn to advance the date forward. Well, somewhere between a quarter and a half turn. So if you find yourself a time traveler, this probably won't be the most effective watch for you, but, hey, most of us aren't actually traveling through the future, you know, several days per second. So I think we're good on that front. If you find yourself on the 30th of an irregularly numbered month, like say April, simply just move it over once, wait for the hour hand to pass midnight, you'll be on the 1st of May, nice and easy, right? Pull the crown out to the next position or final position, this actually does stop that small seconds hand, and also the chronograph hand. So you can then adjust the minute hand, precisely wherever it needs to go, and by extension the hour as well. And once you have it all lined up perfectly, simply press the crown back in to start up that seconds hand who once more, as well as that center-mounted chronograph hand. And don't forget to screw the crown in back tightly against the case to ensure the water resistance of the watch, all right? I already went over the movement of that, but taking a look here at the bracelet here, you do have the S and G signifier here. The steel brush links with the gold center links, also sand brushed finished. You also have the full-on, I can't remember the name of this bracelet. There's a specific, riveted steel bracelet. So, you do have that signature Tudor look here, on the sides of the bracelet looks very nice, very robust and feels robust as well. You also have a safety lock here on the, a safety catch rather on the folding clasp here. So simply lifted from a bottom and then pull from the top to open it up, and you have it nice and easy there. The Tudor watermark logo on the inside and a full steel construction as well. And you also do have little sizing pins here, should you need to do miniature sort of a micro sizing, very easy to do if you have your own tool or like a paperclip or something. It will help you size the, sort of, moveable link at the end here. While I'm here, I can actually show you how it wears on my wrist, seven inches in circumference. And now looking at it straight on, pretty easy to read, actually incredibly easy to read because the black matte dial does disperse light. It doesn't reflect light as much. So, well it reflects just as much light as a sort of glossy finished dial, but it disperses it so that it's very easy to read at just about any angle. And also consider that the hour marks and the hour hands are luminescence in low light situations and also very like a creamy white with light makes it very easy to read, and the sort of champagne sub dials here, gives it that sort of almost like an inverse, sort of, Daytona look or inverse panda look. Very, very distinct looking with the chronograph features there. And what the chronograph buttons here, it sort of wears larger than a 41. It feels more like a 43 millimeter with this sort of visual spatial effect here with the crown functions and the chronograph pushers here. Very small sort of framing from 12 o'clock to six o'clock positions with the bracelet, not that big of an issue, if you have a bigger wrist. Of course, you can wear this if you have a smaller wrist, because if you look straight down the barrel here, there's a little bit of space under these lugs here, but at the end links, the integrated links, do actually bend inwards. So, you can wear this regardless of your wrist size, just the smaller your wrist, the bigger the wrist presence of the watch. And certainly with the fact that this is, you know, Rolex's sister company or brother company, that there's basically zero tolerance among these links, giving you that sort of no pinch, no pull of hair, sort of, effect here. So, you can basically wear this throughout the entire lifetime of the watch without ever actually hurting yourself or causing any sort of issues. It feels incredibly comfortable as well. And the bracelet also vents the wrist very nicely, so, you can wear this everyday. Feels very smooth and soft on the outside, it's actually better on the inside. So try one on if you get the chance. So that's all that I need to say about this watch. What do you guys think? Let us know down in the comments below what you think about this Tudor, Black Bay Chrono, S and G with the black face dial, champagne colored sub dials, all right? 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