Tudor Heritage Chronograph launches in two varieties

First published: 24-08-2010

Watch owners wanting a timepiece with a touch of quality may be interested in a pair of new Tudors.

The Tudor Heritage Chronograph comes in two different forms, one displaying a black dial and the other a grey one.

Hodinkee has reported that these are both "the hottest watches to come from Basel 2010" and the features for each answer the question of why they are looked at with such praise.

Both versions boast a polished and brushed case back and hints of sapphire crystal around the edges. The hands are made with luminous steel dauphine, while a shock absorber and self-compensating flat balance spring helps protect it when worn.

With a 40mm diameter and 13mm thickness, too, these watches are made to be seen by any passerby when on the wrist.

These watches are based on the Tudor Oysterdate Ref 7031 Chronograph model, which was released in the early 1970s and is ideal for watch wearers after a vintage touch.
 

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