The TUDOR Fastrider Black Shield features sporty lines and entirely matt finishes. The brushed middle case, sandblasted details and matt colours visually reinforce the technological prowess of this chronograph.
The TUDOR Fastrider Black Shield’s monobloc case is an archetype in its genre. What makes it so special? The whole case is produced as a single piece using nothing but high-tech injected ceramic, as opposed to ceramic applied as a coating. A unique operation for watches in this segment.
The Tudor Fastrider Black Shield is, unlike many other popular Tudor models, a watch that belongs squarely in the present. Even in these times when vintage watches are extremely popular, it’s crucial for brands like Tudor to also maintain a solid lineup of contemporary models.
The Fastrider Black Shield comes on either a rubber or leather strap with a safety catch and a folding clasp. Keeping in line with its modern black look, the catch is set in black PVD-treated steel.
The Tudor Fastrider Black Shield chronograph is extraordinarily light and scratch-resistant thanks to its ceramic monobloc case. You can measure periods of time of up to 12 hours in increments of a fraction of a second using its stopwatch function.
While the Tudor Fastrider Black Shield certainly has a conservative and sober personality, it has some very wonderful lines and angles. The view from the side of the case, for example, shows some of the very interesting architectural lines of the design.
The luxury watches in the Tudor Fastrider Collection have especially sporty designs inspired by the motorcycles from the Italian high-end manufacturer Ducati. Top models from this chronograph series are made of ceramic that is black, scratch-resistant, and light.