- The beveled and polished edges of the lugs look breathtakingly elegant.
- Slick, stylized shoulders protect the crown, and the knurled edge of the rotatable bezel and of the pushers that flank a knurled winding crown to improve grip.
- The 45-minute counter reiterates the counter of the 1970s, dictated by the very structure of its 7734 Valjoux movement and the need for optimal legibility.
- A thicker, wider, sleeker watch case of the TUDOR Heritage Chrono, once 40 mm and now 42 mm, is altogether in keeping with the dimensions of today’s chronographs.
- It boasts the reference to the 7033 bidirectional rotatable bezel, originally designed for the 1970s first edition of the watch but was never distributed.
- Today it bears the reference number 70330, with a black eloxed aluminum disc, and comes with both a three-link solid steel bracelet with a new clasp and TUDOR shield logo, as well as, a black, grey and orange fabric strap, with a newly developed vintage- and seat belt inspired buckle.
- The rich heritage accumulated for the last forty years finally culminates to the 2010 TUDOR Heritage Chrono, a fitting addition to the TUDOR Sport collection, which is ingeniously inspired by the celebrated TUDOR Oysterdate Chronograph of the early 1970s.
- It is a fitting ode to the historic links and shared values of the TUDOR and Porsche brands and to the powerful TUDOR-Porsche Motorsport partnership signed in 2009, when TUDOR became “Timing Partner” for Porsche.
Design by TUDOR