[Special Report from Watch House Basel] On April 25, 2013, the annual watch industry event Basel International Watch Fair kicked off. The watch house team went to Switzerland. Bring the report of the exhibition to everyone at the front.
With its high-tech ceramics, Tudor creates exceptional, sturdy and unique watches. The new Tudor Fastrider Black Shield combines extraordinary strength, masculinity and reliability.
The case of the new Tudor Fastrider Black Shield is not only made of high-tech matte black ceramic, but also a unique, all-black timepiece. With its enthusiastic personality, it injects vitality into the Tudor series that pays attention to speed and top performance. If Tudor Fastrider Black Shield is a motorcycle full of strength and emotion, wherever it goes, it will be invincible and unmatched.
In order to implement this spirit and cooperate with the launch of the Tudor Fastrider Black Shield, Tudor and its partner Ducati specially created the Diavel Carbon motorcycle, the body of which is matt black and decorated with classic red to highlight the details.
These two mechanical masterpieces are the perfect interpretation of extraordinary strength and strong temperament. The Tudor Fastrider Black Shield is carefully crafted with high-tech ceramics, and it runs Mercedes with high precision. With its resolute and confident personality, it will show extraordinary explosive power.
Tudor Fastrider Black Shield’s black matte ceramic case is a model of its kind, with an integrated design and scratch-resistant finish. What makes it unique? It is completely processed in one process, and is made of high-tech ceramics instead of being coated on the surface of other materials. In this way, the entire case is made into a single part, which is rare in similar watches. In addition to showing the noble aesthetic design of this chronograph watch, the complicated processes involved in the production process (the same expertise used to manufacture the outer ring of the Pelagos series watches), more effectively ensure that the middle case and outer ring are excellent, reliable, and durable durable.
The watch is water-resistant to 150 meters (500 feet), equipped with direct push buttons and a stainless steel screw-in crown with PVD treatment. The 42-mm case is equipped with a self-winding chronograph movement and a power reserve of approximately 46 hours. The matte-finished case, in addition to presenting the beautiful radians and simple lines of this chronograph watch, also highlights the watch’s size and its outer scale of the speed scale. The red features and luminous materials on the case make the surface more noticeable.
In addition, the red gasket under the sapphire glass mirror not only shows the brand’s meticulous attention to detail, but also pays special tribute to the brand’s classic red. This chronograph is extremely precise and excellent, and it is available with a rubber strap or a belt with red stitching.
Model: 42000CR and 42000CN
Matte black ceramic glass bead polished case and middle case, diameter 42 mm
Matte black ceramic fixed bezel with tachometer function
Tudor Model 7753 Automatic Mechanical Chronograph Movement
Power reserve about 46 hours
Black PVD-coated stainless steel screw-in winding crown with dual waterproof system and engraved Tudor logo
Black PVD-coated chronograph buttons at 2 and 4 o’clock
30-minute counter at 3 o’clock and 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock
Small seconds at 9 o’clock
Calendar display at 4:30
Adjusted calendar button at 9 o’clock on the middle case, printed with PVD shield
Scratch-resistant and anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Water-resistant to 150 meters (500 feet)
Belt or rubber strap with black PVD coating discount and safety buckle
Summary: Either of these two models is enough cool, of course, Tudor gradually got rid of the ETA movement team, joined the tide of self-produced movement, which seems to have become another booming brand A very important reason.
The pictures and information collected by the reporting team in front of the Watch House will be uploaded to the special topics in Basel, so stay tuned.
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