TUDOR Heritage Chrono Blue - Between Land and Sea

TUDOR Heritage Chrono Blue - Between Land and Sea

Waterproof to a depth of 150 metres (500 feet), the 42 mm steel case has a bidirectional bezel with a blue anodized aluminium insert. Under its sapphire crystal, it houses a self-winding mechanical chronograph movement with a 42-hour power reserve. The distinctive crown and pushers are knurled with a chrome finish. The crown is adorned with a blue lacquered shield

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