Tudor Heritage Chrono
Drawing upon the shape and proportions of the Oysterdate Chronograph, released in the early 1970s, the Tudor Heritage Chrono is an updated interpretation, which fits perfectly into the manufacturer's current line-up. The case measures 42mm in diameter and is constructed from polished steel, as is the bidirectional rotatable bezel, which has 12-hour markings, allowing for two time zones to be monitored at once. Moreover, the watch benefits from an advanced self-winding movement - the Tudor calibre 2892 - and other features include a date display window, a small seconds sub-dial and a 45-minute totaliser. With its wide range of features and its classic '70s styling, your Tudor Heritage Chrono is a functional timepiece, which looks the part as well.