New Tudor Fastrider Black Shield Watch - Powerful and Unique

Aug 02, 2013
The world of watchmaking welcomes the new Tudor Fastrider Black Shield watch. The novel timepiece glorifies speed and top performance.

The monobloc case of the new Tudor watch is presented in matt black ceramic. It is monolithic and scratch-proof. The case is really unique as it has been made entirely in one sophisticated process, implying that the whole case has been produced as a single piece, reflecting the supreme technological expertise of the brands watchmakers. As a result, both the middle case and bezel are absolutely reliable and resistant.

The case-construction, 42 mm in diameter, is 150-meter water-resistant. It incorporates direct-action pushers and a screw- down crown crafted in PVD-treated steel. Its matt finish finely accentuates the clean curves and taut lines of the model, as well as its dimensions and the tachymeter scale on the bezel.

The dial provides great readability due to its brightly red luminescent details.
The timepiece is animated by a self-winding chronograph movement that gives an advantage of a 46-hour power reserve.

The new Tudor Fastrider Black Shield watch is coupled with a rubber strap or a leather strap enhanced with red stitching.

The novelty has been also created in another variation a matt black case, a dial with bronze accents on the hands and hour-markers. It is teamed with a rubber strap or a beige Alcantara strap with black stitching.

To accompany the launch of the Fastrider Black Shield watch, Tudor has joined efforts with its partner, Ducati together they have customized the signature Diavel Carbon bike with a black matt finish on the whole body of the motorcycle and brightly red details.


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