Category Archives: Tudor

New Tudor Heritage Black Bay 36

This year’s Baselworld saw a whole slew of both vintage re-interpretations and modern updates to horological classics. From the new (Paul Newman-esque) ceramic bezel on the updated Rolex Daytona, to TAG Heuer’s Monza re-issue, to an interesting pocketwatch-inspired piece by Tissot, Baselworld 2016 has certainly shown that brands are getting more and more involved in… Read More »

Reviewing Tudor North Flag Watches

The Tudor North Flag derives its name and design inspiration from the British North Greenland Expedition in the early 1950s, in which members of the expedition team wore circa-1952 Tudor Oyster Prince models. These “tool watches” were instrumental in carrying out this exploratory mission to some of the earth’s harshest climatic conditions. The North Flag… Read More »

An Brief Introducing Of The New Tudor Fastrider Black Shield

Tudor has launched a new version of Fastrider black shield. Originally launched in 2013 Baselworld, black shield is Fastrider collection, which also includes a ceramic model of stainless steel variant within. Like all Fastrider start date, black shield in addition to the new Ducati motorcycle start. Suitably, this time, the new bike is all black… Read More »

Speed Dreamin’: Testing the TAG Heuer Carrera 1887

A few years ago, TAG Heuer introduced a new version of its racing-inspired Carrera watch with a brand-new movement. WatchTime took the watch, the TAG Heuer Carrera 1887, for a spin. Click here for the results of our comprehensive watch test, originally published in our print edition, along with exclusive photos by Nik Schölzel. TAG… Read More »

Tudor Heritage Black Bay “Black”

Tudor unveils a new version of its emblematic Heritage Black Bay divers’ watch. Presented for the first time in 2012 and one of the winners at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève the following year, this model now comes in three versions – burgundy red, blue and black – celebrating over 60 years of divers’… Read More »