From Tudor's popular Heritage line, this Heritage Chrono watch takes its design cues from the Tudor Monte Carlo ref. 7031 of the 1970s. The 42mm stainless steel case has elegant bevelled edges and black capped, knurled, screw-down pushers and crown. In keeping with the original, the dial features two chronograph counters with the 12-hour scale on the bidirectional rotating black aluminium bezel. The black dial is accented by grey and orange hues that echo the 7031 dial. With its running seconds on the right and 45-minute counter on the left, a grey and orange seconds scale runs around the outer edge with large luminescent hour batons. At 6 o'clock the subtle date aperture has replaced the hour index, while the Tudor shield replaces the 12 o'clock marker. Angular luminescent steel hour and minute hands are offset by an orange chronograph hand that stands out on the dial. Powered by the self-winding calibre 2892, this sporty chronograph has a power reserve of up to 42 hours and is water-resistant up to 150m. The watch comes on a stainless steel bracelet while the black, grey and orange tone is continued with the additional fabric strap shown here.