Tudor dispatches another matt black and white rendition of the Fastrider Black Shield, a self-winding monobloc innovative earthenware chronograph.
Initially made in 2011 to check the association among Tudor and Ducati, the Fastrider is the specialized and lively Tudor line committed to the universe of execution motorbikes.
Furthermore, another Ducati bike – the complete black XDiavel cruiser – has enlivened the Geneva brand to make another release of its all-artistic chronograph.
Waterproof to 150 meters and scratchproof, the monobloc cutting edge ceramic instance of this new chronograph has a breadth of 42 mm. Its creation, in view of super high-temperature infusion measures, originates from industry-driving mechanical mastery and addresses an exceptional exhibition at a watch in this cost portion.
The fixed bezel with engraved tachymetric scale is likewise made from matt black ceramic while the screw-down winding crown and the chronograph pushers are made in black PVD-treated steel.
With its matt black dial accentuated by white hour-markers and numerals, a white iridescent material, a white chronograph seconds hand, white chronograph aggregator and little seconds hands, the Fastrider Black Shield empowers initially readings.
The date is shown through the little gap at 4:30 and can be changed by means of the fast date corrector on the caseband at 9 o’clock.
The Tudor Fastrider Blak Shield is controlled by oneself winding Valjoux-based type 7753 beating at 28,800 vibrations each hour and offering 46 hours of force save.
Fitted with a matt black calfskin lash with white sewing, the watch is likewise accessible with a significantly sportier matt black elastic tie.
The Tudor Fastrider Black Shield Black and White (ref. 42000CN) has a cost of Euro 4,700/US$ 4,925. tudorwatch.com