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 Posted: Wed Dec 30th, 2015 07:58 pm
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OldeCrow
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This is my second modern Tudor, the Black Bay Red bezel being the first so I new what to expect already.

First I want to show you what a 2824 can run like when the professionals put them together.



Even my Omega's don't run this well.

The Ranger is an all brushed finish with spring bar holes all the way through the beautifully thin lugs. The holes are not tapered like the rolex cases so strap changes will leave lots of marks on this case and even brand new in the box there are a couple of small nic's in the brushed finish which is a little irritating if I'm being honest but this case shape and brushed finish lend itself to scratches and dings anyway so I'm not going to fuss about it.  The dial and hands are spectacular, print lume and finish are flawless.

Eventually I will swap in a leather nato strap for the oem leather one which is very comfortable and the Tudor buckle is very nice but not quite my style for full time wear.

enough typing here are the quick and dirty pictures...














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 Posted: Wed Dec 30th, 2015 08:31 pm
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Big congrats on this beautiful Tudor Chris!!! Thumbsup3.gif

Love the clean, uncluttered design of the Heritage Ranger...a real beauty for sure.

I REALLY want to add something from Tudor in the new year (the Black Bay Black has my strong attention right now, but there are a number of others in the Tudor lineup that look very well done...I like what Tudor is doing these days).

Enjoy your awesome new arrival!!!!

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 Posted: Wed Dec 30th, 2015 09:23 pm
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Congrats Chris !

Really nice watch. I like the simple and clean design of this one.

This watch can be worn for all occasions. Thumbsup3.gif

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Tudor has a serious appeal to me. Their watches have the older-school look that I like and are not fussy or blingy. The fact that they are more affordable puts them on top for me! Congrats! wowzer.gif

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