Sponsored Video: Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue

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Tudor Watch History

Tudor watches are made by Rolex, founded by the same man: Hans Wilsdorf. Hans Wilsdorf first opened Tudor watches in 1946. The brand name Tudor was chosen because Wilsdorf wanted to pay tribute to the Tudor period of England

Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue

The new Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue is the modern day interpretation of a classic much sought-after timepiece: The 1973 TUDOR ‘Montecarlo’

Tudor Montecarlo from 1973 – Image Source

It is now redesigned with small but important differences and comes with two different bracelet options, one in stainless steel and the other in reinforced fabric that matches the blue/grey/orange colour scheme of the dial – ideal for the modern day individual to juggle between formal and casual occasions seamlessly. We absolutely love the idea of a classic and versatile timepiece!

Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue

3 Cool Facts about the Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue

Apart from its unique and iconic design, the Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue has some amazing features built-in:

  1. It is waterproof to a depth of 150 meters – ideal for individuals who enjoy swimming
  2. Bidirectional rotatable 12-hour graduated steel bezel for second time-zone display
  3. TUDOR calibre 2892 with additional mechanism for chronograph function

To know more about this unique timepiece. click here

This post is sponsored by Tudor Watches

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