Tudor’s latest interpretation of an earlier model is their Tudor Heritage Ranger ($3050). The Ranger was inspired by the Ranger watch of the late 1960s. The case is a modern 41mm with a satin finish and the dial’s 3,6,9, 12 o’clock hour markers and indexes glow with a warm antique luminescence, which is capped with a domed sapphire crystal. The self-winding Tudor calibre 2824 movement has 25 jewels, and a 38 hour power reserve. Additional features include water resistance to 500 feet and availability with a steel bracelet, leather bund, or leather strap.
If you have a 6th generation iPod nano laying around you need to check out the Lunatik premium conversion kit ($45-$50). It takes your iPod nano and turns it into a futuristic wristwatch. The kit is made from aircraft grade aluminum and seamlessly integrates with your iPod nano. We now that Apple no longer makes ...[Read More]