TUDOR RANGER

It was on 8th July 1952, that the British North Greenland Expedition left Deptford, an area on the banks of the Thames in London, for a two-year scientific mission studying ice sheets in Greenland. Equipped with the brand-new Oyster Prince model, TUDOR’s first watch that was both automatic and waterproof, the members of the expedition, mainly British scientists and sailors, conducted in-depth glaciological and seismic surveys at several sites. TUDOR also asked them to gather performance data for the 30 Oyster Prince watches that would be worn under extreme conditions. It is the adventurous spirit of these pioneers of arctic exploration that the latest addition to the Ranger line celebrates, offering an affordable combination of state-of-the-art watchmaking technology and historic aesthetics. To mark the 70th anniversary of the British North Greenland Expedition, TUDOR is presenting the Ranger model, a tool watch celebrating the spirit of this daring adventure, complete with Manufacture Calibre MT5402, a 39-millimetre case and a clasp with rapid adjustment system.
DESIGNED FOR SLIM WRISTS AND VINTAGE ENTHUSIASTS ALIKE

TUDOR BLACK BAY FIFTY-EIGHT "NAVY BLUE"

The Black Bay Fifty-Eight is named after the year in which the first Tudor divers’ watch, waterproof to 200 metres, the reference 7924, dubbed the “Big Crown”, was introduced. Among other aesthetic allusions to this famous historic watch, this model has a 39 mm diameter case, in keeping with the characteristic proportions of the 1950s. Ever faithful to its long tradition of blue sports watches, TUDOR presents the “Navy Blue” version of the flagship Black Bay Fifty-Eight model. The "Navy Blue" was awarded with the "Challenge" prize at the 2020 Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève.

TUDOR WATCHES ARE AVAILABLE IN THE FOLLWING FRASER HART STORES