So, what’s new? The awesome news is that Tudor has recently came out with a new range of sporty watches – The Tudor Grantour family to satisfy our lust for watches. This collection is powered by Swiss made automatic movements and is devoted to passion for motor sports with the Grantour Date and Grantour Chrono redesigned to serve better and the introduction of a new model – The Grantour Chrono Fly-Back that is best known for its ability to rapidly measure consecutive time intervals.
The most prominent one of this collection – The Grantour Chrono Fly-Back is equipped with a Fly-Back pusher that has a red marking. It has a highly legible bi-compax dial layout and is said to be car dashboard-inspired. The Grantour Date is dressier-looking and is a three-hander while the Grantour Chrono is more classic looking with a tri-compax design.
All three models with 42mm cases are equipped with bistable pushers, distinctly technical looking streamlined lugs and new beveled hour markers. You can have a choice of a sporty leather strap with large or micro perforations (made comfortable even during hot summer days) equipped with a new safety catch on the folding clasp or a classic satin-finished three-piece link steel bracelet as the new Tudor family of three offers both. In addition, the Grantour Chrono Fly-Back is the first of the Tudor brand to have its bracelet be made available in a special combination of steel and 18ct pink gold.
These three members of the Grantour line offers different power reserves and functionality to meet the needs of different people but what they have in common with each other and the rest of the Tudor brand watches is their uncompromised quality and attention to the smallest detail.