Meet Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue Watch

May 14, 2013
Tudor unveils its new Heritage Chrono Blue watch. The novelty has been inspired by the signature chronograph known as Montecarlo among collectors and aficionados. The initial chronograph model was born in 1973.

The new Tudor watch reflects the original spirit of the 1973 model, yet it surprises by its aesthetic and technical innovations. The creators of the timepiece have combined the royal blue of the historical model with a lighter grey to come up with the color to give an impression of Mediterranean warmth and atmosphere.

The opaline white dial is completed with three-dimensional bevelled hour-markers provided with a luminescent material. It also shows off two counters presented inside blue trapeze-like fields - the small seconds counter is found at 3 oclock and the 45-minute counter at 9 oclock. The date window is found at 6 oclock.

The watch is animated by a mechanical automatic movement - Tudor Calibre 2892. The mechanism provides the following functions: hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph, date and a 42-hour power reserve.

The 42 mm case is sculptured from stainless steel. It demonstrates polished and satin-brushed finishes. It incorporates a bidirectional rotating bezel with a blue disc. It bears 12-hour graduation for dual-time read-off. The face of the novelty is protected by a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The timepiece is 150-meter water-resistant.

The new Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue watch is coupled with a steel strap equipped with a folding clasp. It is delivered with an additional original strap presented in blue, grey and orange fabric and fitted with a buckle.

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