Tudor Fastrider Black Shield Ceramic

Tudor Fastrider Black Shield Ceramic has just introduced the latest version of its Fastrider Chronograph, which is a part of its ongoing partnership with Ducati. The newest version of the Fastrider Chronograph Black Shield breaks somewhat with earlier incarnations of the Fastrider in offering a matte black treatment of the ceramic case and bezel with white dial markers and hands, and was inspired by Ducati’s new XDiavel, which has been described as “a cruiser with the spirit of a superbike.” The partnership between Ducati and Tudor began in 2011.
As with previous Fastrider Black Shield models, the big technical asset being sent into the field here is the ceramic case (the original Fastriders were steel). The case is an injection molded monobloc (one piece) construction and it’s being used here for its almost complete impervious to scratches. Tudor will offer the watch at $4,925 (both rubber or leather strap) by special order from any Tudor authorized dealer.
The Tudor Fastrider Black Shield Reference 42000CN. 42 mm matte black ceramic case, bead-blasted finish, one piece middle case. Fixed ceramic bezel with tachymetric scale. Movement, Tudor 7753 with date, self-winding chronograph, 46-hour power reserve. Crown and pushers in PVD treated steel.