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Is 36MM small for a watch?

Six months on the wrist

June 17, 2020 -

For the past six months I have been wearing the same watch, pretty much every day and night. It's a Tudor Black Bay 36 watch in steel, with a black dial. I like minimal (yet functional) design that lasts, this watch certainly ticks the right boxes. Read along to find out how wearable a smaller watch is in daily practice.

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But the Oyster case is beautiful on other straps, too, like on this gray NATO
But the Oyster case is beautiful on other straps, too, like on this gray NATO
The pitch black dial, smooth bezel and high contrast indexes come alive under daylight
The pitch black dial, smooth bezel and high contrast indexes come alive under daylight
Tudor Oyster Prince ad (1952)
Tudor Oyster Prince ad (1952)
... and when eating ice-creams afterwards :-)
... and when eating ice-creams afterwards :-)
The Oyster bracelet - precisely engineered to be both comfortable and strong
The Oyster bracelet - precisely engineered to be both comfortable and strong
The Black Bay 36 is powered by the ETA 2824 movement (photo by Zeitauction GmbH) - a well known mechanical calibre with a trustworthy trackrecord
The Black Bay 36 is powered by the ETA 2824 movement (photo by Zeitauction GmbH) - a well known mechanical calibre with a trustworthy trackrecord

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