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    Re: Tudor Heritage Ranger

    Doesn't do a thing for me.

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    Re: Tudor Heritage Ranger

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    Doesn't do a thing for me.
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    Re: Tudor Heritage Ranger

    I quite like it. I love the fact that Tudor sells it with a Camo strap. That's cool. Never been a fan of the Bund leather, but the bracelet looks cool. I've always liked field watches, and I think this is an awesome alternative to the Explorer.
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    Re: Tudor Heritage Ranger

    I think 41mm is the wrong size for it.
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    Re: Tudor Heritage Ranger

    Yeah I like it. It meets my criteria of uncluttered, legible and simple with a few aesthetically pleasing touches including no date window - woohoo!

    I will admit though that it looks similar to a few less expensive options but I will reserve final judgement until I can handle one.

    I see the Hodinkee puny wristed comments brigade is up in arms again over the size, FFS IT"S NOT A DRESS WATCH - GIVE IT A REST!

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    I rather like the look, though I'm with some others in that something closer to the original size would be better for my wrist . . .
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    Re: Tudor Heritage Ranger

    I find the camo strap a bit cheesy and trendy. It would look better on any number of classic NATO straps.

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    Re: Tudor Heritage Ranger

    Like a tap on the knee.
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    Re: Tudor Heritage Ranger

    To be honest I think it is a little on the large side, not that I have an issue with larger watches but it just visually "feels" wrong. I have the 39mm Explorer on my to buy list and figured if the Ranger did come out and it ticked all the boxes then I could get what I wanted for about half price. Two things killed the Ranger for me, the size, because I WANTED a sub 40mm field watch not that I have an issue with a 41mm watch I just wanted a smaller sports watch than I had. Second the bracelet end links (or lack there of). I want the watch to wear on various NATOs, the black simple dial works with any of them BUT I wanted a bracelet also and I am just not feeling this one. In the end Rolex won here with me, they are going to get me to spend twice as much money but in the end it does make really good sense, you give the consumer two pretty different takes on one watch style which isn't easy on a simple black field watch.
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