The next new addition in the Heritage collection is the Tudor Heritage Ranger. Like the Black Bay, this watch is based off a watch in the past, or in this case from 1967. You will notice that this is basically the Tudor version of a Rolex Explorer, with no date and arabic numerals at 3,6,9, and 12. It is available on 3 different straps and a bracelet. As you can see there are a few changes to make the watch slightly more modern but the integral design of the watch is the same. The case is the same size as many of the other watches in their heritage collection at 41mm in diameter, a moderate size for a watch modeled off of an older one. The watch uses a movement similar to many of the others, the Tudor Calibre 2824, which, as I said in my post about the Heritage Black Bay, is just an ETA 2824. One more watch for Tudor this Baselworld!
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