Inspired by the celebrated TUDOR Oysterdate Chronograph of the early 1970s, the TUDOR Heritage Chrono introduces modern design codes. All the lines of this storied timepiece have been mindfully reformulated to echo, with a contemporary spin, the exquisite contours of the coveted chronograph and of the racing cars at the historic, technical and aesthetic heart of its creation.
Mirroring the original shape and proportions of the 1970s model, the TUDOR Heritage Chrono introduces a series of new and beautifully executed design details: the bevelled and polished edges of the lugs, the slick, stylized shoulders to protect the crown, and the knurled edge of the rotatable bezel and of the pushers that ﬂank a knurled winding crown to improve grip.
The TUDOR Heritage Chrono is presented here with a black, grey and orange fabric strap, with a seat belt-inspired buckle. It is also available with a three-link solid steel bracelet with a clasp and TUDOR shield logo.
Self-winding mechanical movement with additional mechanism for chronograph function
|Total diameter||30 mm|
|Power reserve||~42 hours|
Bidirectional rotatable bezel in steel with black disc
Waterproof to 150m/495 feet
Self-winding mechanical movement
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The Heritage line represents the very essence of the TUDOR spirit and is the standard-bearer of its stylistic identity. Revisiting some of the most emblematic models in the history of the brand, it pays homage to its unique values and to more than six decades of rich heritage.
The timekeepers in the Heritage line are not simply vintage re-issues. They are genuine reinterpretation-of-an-icons in which past, present and future are combined. While retaining the original spirit, aesthetic codes and key characteristics of the historic models, TUDOR’s Style Workshop places them at the very heart of the contemporary world, modernising them stylistically with small, subtle touches and adding new technical characteristics to optimise their performance.
And so "tomorrow's icons" are born - modern classics, harmoniously combining form and function.