The latest Tudor Ranger borrows its looks from a long heritage of rugged previous models ideal for explorers and adventurers, with the option of a steel bracelet, rubber and black leather, or Jacquard fabric strap. Photos: Tudor
The latest Tudor Ranger borrows its looks from a long heritage of rugged previous models ideal for explorers and adventurers, with the option of a steel bracelet, rubber and black leather, or Jacquard fabric strap. Photos: Tudor
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STYLE Edit: Tudor’s latest Ranger honours its exploratory roots – the watch pays tribute to history’s Greenland expeditions with a new calibre, case size and standard-beating timekeeping accuracy

  • Tudor founder Hans Wilsdorf registered the name in 1929 with all Rangers subsequent to the British North Greenland Expedition based on the model used there – the Oyster Prince Ref. 7808
  • The Oyster Prince Ranger Ref. 7995 set the aesthetic tone, while the new model – available with a steel bracelet, or leather or Jacquard fabric strap – incorporates the latest Manufacture Calibre MT5402

The latest Tudor Ranger borrows its looks from a long heritage of rugged previous models ideal for explorers and adventurers, with the option of a steel bracelet, rubber and black leather, or Jacquard fabric strap. Photos: Tudor
The latest Tudor Ranger borrows its looks from a long heritage of rugged previous models ideal for explorers and adventurers, with the option of a steel bracelet, rubber and black leather, or Jacquard fabric strap. Photos: Tudor
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