This year, at Baselworld 2015, Tudor isn’t just presenting the (our) Tudor Pelagos with a blue dial and the Tudor North Flag, both with the new in-house development. They additionally had a chronograph in the vaults, however not one from the Heritage Collection, similar to the Heritage Chrono Blue . Rather they are coming with a cutting edge, cool and youthful grown-ups situated watch, the Tudor FastRider Chrono.
The FastRider isn’t appropriately an oddity, as a past one was at that point in the assortment since 2011. It was a chrono in treated steel, with a tempered steel bezel (engraved with a tachymeter scale) and accessible with a white or red stripped dial. This watch was the aftereffect of a joint effort with Ducati (the motorbike brand) and was some way or another very out of date in the real scope of cool Tudor watches. The upgraded one may have a few new highlights, it keeps the Ducati partnership.
The Tudor FastRider Chrono comes with a 42mm case (for the most part) in tempered steel that should sound recognizable to you, as it has precisely the same monobloc shape – yet not in dark fired – than the Tudor Fastrider Black Shield. The end-joins are in reality coordinated to the case and the calfskin lash (that has a serious cool shape and finish) is straightforwardly appended to these connections. The shape is more present day and rakish than the Heritage assortment and comes with full brushed surfaces.
As you can see, the bezel and the crown/pushers are presently dark. The first is made of fired and keeps the tachymeter scale while the pushers and crown are dark PVDed steel. On the left side, at 9, sits a huge recessed press catch to address the date – something regular for a Valjoux 7753 development. The dial, accessible in military green, yellow or red, likewise got a facelift. This Tudor FastRider Chrono is as yet propelled by a Ducati Motorbike, yet now it imparts it DNA to the Scrambler – a youthful, cool, vintage roused little motorbike, with whom it has the equivalent colors.
The dial had been improved, as just the logo is printed now. The sub-counters are currently white – kind of panda format – and orbited with an enormous dark ring. The applied files are likewise covered in dark. The Tudor FastRider Chrono, as said previously, comes on a cool and finished cowhide lash, on a collapsing clasp, that truly is the cool factor of this watch.
This new Tudor FastRider unquestionably looks cool and youthful. It’s difficult to envision wearing this watch with a business outfit however it will basically satisfy 25-35 years of age in vogue, dynamic men. It will be estimated at CHF 3.900 (inc. charges). More on TudorWatch.com .