Stainless steel polished and matte case, 42 mm diameter
Outer ring design speed scale
Mechanical self-winding chronograph movement
Power reserve about 46 hours
Screw-down crown with Tudor logo
Timing button with black PVD coated sleeve
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
Case at 9 o’clock with quick date adjuster with PVD shield pattern
Water-resistant to 150 meters (500 feet)
Stainless steel strap, leather strap with safety buckle, or textured strap
With its new watch series ‘Fastrider’, Tudor leads us into the high-speed world of motorcycle racing. The wide case with a diameter of 42 mm gives this chronograph a sporty and technical element.
The calendar adjuster at 9 o’clock in the case is decorated with a black PVD-coated shield pattern, a design inspired by the motorcycle world. The connection between the timing button and the case is equipped with a black PVD-coated sleeve, reminiscent of the engine’s piston.
Just press the timing button directly for precise timing, which is essential for any speed measurement calculation. The outer ring of the watch engraved with the speed scale and the top of the lugs are matte.
The surface of the Tudor Fastrider watch is specially designed for this series. Its main feature is the three vertical stripes and the minute mark on the surface edge, which reproduces the classic style of the racing world. There are three small black counters with red hands on the surface, and there are black, white, or silver sunburst surfaces to choose from. Each surface is equipped with beveled hour markers or double-layered Arabic numerals, and the semi-hollowed hands are elegant and sophisticated. The brand’s red logo is located at 12 o’clock, with ‘TUDOR GENEVE’ below it.
The new Tudor Fastrider chronograph comes with a variety of straps, including a three-link stainless steel frosted strap with a polished central link; a leather strap with a new safety clasp; or a black weave with three sporty stripes The patterned strap echoes the surface design. The textured strap is one of the characteristics of Tudor, and it is represented as the 2010 Heritage Chrono.