The Heritage Ranger respects the purpose and aesthetic of the original model - a simple, robust timepiece that can handle any adventure life could imagine, and it does it with an understated, vintage aesthetic. It’s a watch that honours the past, yet is unmistakably made for present.
The Tudor Heritage Ranger symbolises a daring pioneering spirit and captures the joy of courageous expeditions. Also, highly versatile Ranger combines those virtues with masculine, unpretentious design elements. Also, Tudor Ranger is quite noticeable men’s urban lifestyle watch.
Meet the contemporary Tudor Heritage Ranger, a piece based on the vintage series which first appeared in the brand’s catalogs in the 1960s.
Tudor has made a name for itself bringing its mid-20th century sports watches into today, without simply mimicking, instead modernizing them without compromising. The watch was adapted to aesthetics preferences of current times.
The Tudor Heritage Ranger wins over with a clear minimalistic dial that is complemented by luminescent hour markers. Honouring tradition, second hand is painted in bright red – a true eye catching detail. The hands of the watch are formed in a distinctive shape, which corresponds to the design of the original Tudor Ranger models.
The large crown of the watch is elegantly stamped with the classic Tudor rose logo. Tudor Ranger uses reliable and precise self-winding mechanical movement, Calibre 2824 with 38 hours of power reserve.
Tudor has been pioneering craftsmanship and innovation since its foundation, and as a brand is committed to creating timepieces that are beautifully designed, and always pushing boundaries. Extreme conditions and unbreakable willpower are values that describe research expeditions of the 1950s and 1960s. The Tudor Ranger celebrates the courage of pioneer explorers of past times, and is characterised by nearly unparalleled robustness. Inspired by the original Oyster Prince model, the modern Tudor Heritage Ranger is a magnificent ode to the brand's watchmaking history. A more contemporary size than its source of inspiration, the steeel case of the Tudor Heritage Ranger measures 41 millimeter in diameter.
The black dial is protected by scratch resistant sapphire crystal glass, while white index markers and hands provide a striking contrast. Water resistant to a depth of 150 meters, this handsome watch is as practical as it is visually appealing - this vintage inspired classic add a touch of character to any look.
Without question, a standout feature of the Tudor Heritage Ranger is its diverse selection of bracelets. The Heritage Ranger is available with many other options, including interesting "bund" strap style which really brings back the military and adventure feel of the original Ranger. It's made of soft calf leather.
The Ranger is also available on a classic brown calf strap. Finally, no matter which option you choose – classic steel bracelet, bund strap and standard calf leather, your Ranger will come with a chic woven Camo strap. The quality is superb, and it is surprisingly wearable. Each displaying its own strong personality, they contributes to underscoring this new model’s seamless blend into its environment.
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