The utilisation of ceramics in the Tudor Fastrider line
Tudor was able to gain watchmaking knowledge in the field of ceramics when it developed its Pelagos collection. Their extensive ceramic knowledge was then further applied to the production of the Fastrider Black Shield, resulting in the impressive strength and robust capabilities of its case, middle case, and bezel. The Fastrider Monobloc case is produced as a single part that is made of high-tech injected ceramic. The Tudor Fastrider Black Shield raises an entirely new level of quality in the watchmaking world. What makes the technique so special is that the case is not simply coated with ceramics but is instead comprised completely of one single piece of ceramic.
Furthermore, the robust watch is water resistant up to 150-meters and thereby exhibits the best performance on land and in water. All models found within the Fastrider line feature a self-winding mechanical chronograph movement that comes equipped with a power reserve of approximately 46 hours.