Tudor - Ranger
Tudor presents the new Ranger, a tool watch in a 39mm case equipped with the self-winding calibre MT5402 produced for the brand by the esteemed Swiss movement maker Kenissi Manufacture SA.
This edition celebrates the 70th anniversary of the British North Greenland Expedition. Members of the two-year scientific mission, equipped with Tudor's first automatic waterproof watch, the Oyster Prince model, conducted in-depth glacial and seismic surveys at multiple locations.
The Ranger's case and bracelet are crafted from 316L stainless steel with a satin-brushed finish, with only a few polished details including the inner edge of the fixed bezel to accentuate the lines.
Protected by a domed sapphire crystal, the grained matte black dial features indexes and hands, and the contrasting beige luminous material complements the tone of the Tudor shield logo and inscription. The tip of the second hand uses a light burgundy color.
A steel screw-down crown with a Tudor rose relief helps to guarantee water resistance to 100 meters/330 feet.
The self-winding movement MT5402 is certified as a chronometer by COSC (Official Swiss Observatory Testing Service) and is equipped with a bidirectional rotor system that ensures a power reserve of approximately 70 hours. The balance wheel vibrates at 28,800 vibrations per hour (4 Hz) and is equipped with a non-magnetic silicon spring.