TUDOR has unveiled the North Flag with a new caliber TUDOR MT5621, the Fastrider Chrono offered in three matt-finish color options (yellow, green or red), and the Pelagos in a matt blue with a new calibre TUDOR MT5612.
The TUDOR collection was developed according to two main cornerstones, heritage and technology. The watches it encompasses present a subtle alchemy of references to the brand’s history and modernity, masterfully measured according to the cornerstone to which they belong.
The new calibre, TUDOR MT5621, powering the North Flag model, provides impressive autonomy. It has a power reserve of approximately 70 hours. In addition to the hour, minute and central second functions, it provides an instant date display visible through an aperture positioned at 3 o’clock, as well as a power reserve indicator in the form of a disc at 9 o’clock.
The TUDOR Fastrider chronograph manifests TUDOR’s partnership with the legendary Italian motocycle manufacturer Ducati. The new Fastrider chronograph is inspired by one of the most famous Ducati models: the Scrambler. Three dials were designed to reflect the various Scrambler versions: bright yellow, the model’s historic colour, olive green for a powerful urban look and red for a retro-chic effect.
The TUDOR Pelagos is one of the most complete traditional mechanical divers’ watches on the market. In 2015, North Flag and Pelagos become the first TUDOR models to be fitted with movements developed and produced by the brand itself.
This technical update of the TUDOR Pelagos is accompanied by the introduction of a new colour combination for the dial, bezel and rubber strap. In addition to its original matt black version, this model is now available in matt blue, the emblematic colour of the brand’s divers’ watches since the 1960s and the one chose by the French Navy for the TUDOR Submariners that have been used in great numbers by its divers.