Tudor presents the new Ranger, one tool watch in a 39mm event equipped with the self-winding tama?o MT5402 produced for the manufacturer by the esteemed Swiss activity maker Kenissi Manufacture LA.
This model celebrates the 70th everlasting nature of the British North Greenland Expedition. Members of the two-year scientific mission, equipped with Tudor's first automatic waterproof see, the Oyster Prince type, conducted in-depth glacial along with seismic surveys at various locations.
The actual Ranger's case and pendant are crafted from 316L steel with a satin-brushed finish, using only a few polished details such as inner edge of the permanent bezel to accentuate the traces.
Protected by way of a domed sapphire crystal, typically the grained matte black face features indexes and arms, and the contrasting beige lustrous material complements the develop of the Tudor shield brand and inscription. The tip of the pre-owned uses a light burgundy coloring.
A stainlesss steel screw-down crown with a Tudor rose relief helps to ensure water resistance to 100 meters/330 feet.
The particular self-winding movement MT5402 is usually certified as a chronometer by simply COSC (Official Swiss Observatory Testing Service) and is pre-loaded with a bidirectional rotor technique that ensures a power preserve of approximately 70 hours. The healthy balance wheel vibrates at 36, 800 vibrations per hour (4 Hz) and is equipped with some sort of nonmagnetic silicon spring.