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Tissot T03.1.845.40
292 €
Movement — Quartz; Water resistance — 30 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — 32x22; Case material — Steel
Tissot T002.520.17.111.00 Photo Tissot T002.520.17.111.00
527 €
Movement — Quartz; Water resistance — 100 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 43; Case material — Steel
Tissot T003.209.66.112.00 Photo Tissot T003.209.66.112.00
344 €
Movement — Quartz; Water resistance — 30 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 27; Case material — Steel
Tissot T005.510.11.117.00 Photo Tissot T005.510.11.117.00
395 €
Movement — Quartz; Water resistance — 100 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — 34х38; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T006.408.36.057.00 Tissot T006.408.36.057.00
988 €
Movement — Automatic; Water resistance — 30 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 39; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T006.428.11.038.01 Tissot T006.428.11.038.01
668 €
Movement — Automatic; Water resistance — 30 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 39; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T006.428.16.058.01 Tissot T006.428.16.058.01
621 €
Movement — Automatic; Water resistance — 30 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 39; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T006.428.22.038.00 Tissot T006.428.22.038.00
763 €
Movement — Automatic; Water resistance — 30 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 39; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T006.428.36.058.02
741 €
Movement — Automatic; Water resistance — 30 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 39; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T008.414.16.201.00
1 393 €
Movement — Automatic; Water resistance — 100 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 42; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T013.420.44.202.00 Tissot T013.420.44.202.00
960 €
Movement — Quartz; Water resistance — 100 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 44; Case material — Titanium
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Photo Tissot T019.430.16.051.01 Tissot T019.430.16.051.01
518 €
Movement — Quartz; Water resistance — 30 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 40; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T019.430.36.051.01 Tissot T019.430.36.051.01
556 €
Movement — Quartz; Water resistance — 30 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 40; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T021.414.26.051.00 Tissot T021.414.26.051.00
1 205 €
Movement — Automatic; Water resistance — 100 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 42; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T023.210.16.111.01 Tissot T023.210.16.111.01
258 €
Movement — Quartz; Water resistance — 30 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 28; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T026.420.17.281.00 Tissot T026.420.17.281.00
941 €
Movement — Quartz; Water resistance — 100 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 44; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T033.210.11.013.00 Tissot T033.210.11.013.00
193 €
Movement — Quartz; Water resistance — 30 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 28; Case material — Steel
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Photo Tissot T033.210.33.111.00 Tissot T033.210.33.111.00
258 €
Movement — Quartz; Water resistance — 30 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 28; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T033.410.11.013.01 Tissot T033.410.11.013.01
193 €
Movement — Quartz; Water resistance — 30 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 38; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T033.410.22.011.01 Tissot T033.410.22.011.01
235 €
Movement — Quartz; Water resistance — 30 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 38; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T035.207.16.061.00
540 €
Movement — Automatic; Water resistance — 100 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 32; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T035.207.36.061.00 Tissot T035.207.36.061.00
642 €
Movement — Automatic; Water resistance — 100 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 32; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T035.210.16.011.00 Tissot T035.210.16.011.00
254 €
Movement — Quartz; Water resistance — 30 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 32; Case material — Steel
Photo Tissot T035.210.16.371.00 Tissot T035.210.16.371.00
254 €
Movement — Quartz; Water resistance — 100 m; Crystal — Sapphire; Case size — D 32; Case material — Steel
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History Tissot
Swiss watch Tissot
Experts soundly call Tissot “a gate to the world of watch art”. Try to ask any advanced collector how he came to such a life...

Swiss watch Tissot

Experts soundly call Tissot “a gate to the world of watch art”. Try to ask any advanced collector how he came to such a life and you would with almost one hundred percent probability discover his obsession’s “fuse” being this mass brand from Le Locle.

For a permanent recruitment of enthusiasts in the rows of stable Chronos fans we should thank Charles-Félicien and Charles-Émile Tissot who established a company of traditional Neuchâtel type in 1853. During the first several months the company produced 1150 high-accuracy pocket watches with enamel dials and engraved cases. The movements including those complicated with such things as eternal calendar and repeater were at first bought from specialized family shops. Cases were also ordered from the other companies. The transformation of the company into a manufacture began only in 1901 when Charles-Émile deprived of his father's help hired a famous watchmaker Ferdinand Pierre. The process ended 15 years later with the appointment of Henri Sandoz-Robert as a Technical Director. The debute inhouse caliber was launched in the year of the October Revolution in Russia and during the first 12 months a considerable number of 27700 pieces was sold.

In 1930 the fate of Tissot closely intertwined with the fate of another known brand - Omega – in the framework of their interaction in the Swiss society of watch industry (SSIH – Societe Swisse pour l’Industrie Horlogere). During many years the companies supplied each other with the mechanisms and know-hows what is testified by extant elegant time pieces with an original mark of Omega Watch Co Tissor on the dials.

In 1942 Mediostat, a chronograph measuring time accurate to 1/200 of a second, was put on the market. At the same time the production of the first brand automatical caliber began in Le Locle.

Wrist watch Tissot Mediostat

The year 1951 saw the launch of a worldtimer – Navigator. Some of the modern models with the function of global time could be jealous of its interface. Near the same time the head of the company Edouard Louis Tissot first suggested the idea of the creation of a self-lubricating mechanism made of synthetics. The suggestion was put into practice almost 25 years later when an Astrolon (similarly to “nylon”) model with plastic mechanism was presented at the exhibition in Basel. Unfortunately the project was soon closed down due to the skeptic reaction of the customers to the cheap “non-watch” material. The dealers in turn were reluctant to buy plastic watches because they were irrepairable and thus had no prospects regarding the service. Finally more than 400000 Astrolon watches went under the press and the beautiful history about a watch having no need of lubricant was put off till the silicic era of the early 2000s.

Wrist watch Tissot Navigator

An important historical event happened in the late 1950s. It largely favored the transformation of Tissot in a modern dynamic manufacture. The event known, as a “transition to a uniform caliber” was an enforced action aimed at the improvement of the situation with an inefficient use of creative potential. Point is that only during the period from 1930 to 1960 the heirs of Charles-Félicien have constructed no less than 72 calibers. Some of them have been afloat just for a couple of years, however some have been used for a quarter of a century. Such a state of affairs as a result began to impede the company’s progress. The radical reduction of the in-house movements range let the company to keep just one universal basic Caliber 781 and a couple of pure woman mechanisms.

A Siderial line appeared in 1969. The line represented watches of different forms and colors for young people who didn't wish to wear boring round and rectangular classics. Many people regard it as a forerunner of Swatch.

Wrist watch Tissot Siderial

In 1976 due to the economic situation Tissot paid attention to quartz technologies (the first quartz mechanisms were purchased from a Japanese company – Casio). In a short space of time a manufactory quartz Caliber 2030 was designed. Its name was “Rabbit”. It was all good, however inferior to east analogues in such an important parameter as thickness. “Rabbit” was followed by flatter “Grasshopper”, “Battleship” and “Okapi”, which nevertheless didn’t save Tissot from economic misfortune.

In the same 1976 the company showed the worst financial results in its history. To save the brand it was decided to stop the production of mechanisms (this privilege in SSIH was reserved to Omega) and focus on assembly. Thus the quartz crisis put an end to the manufacture history of the brand that had produced 20 030 999 samples of pocket and wrist watches for everybody’s taste and budget during 123 years of its existence…

In 1984 SSIH and ASUAG (Allgemeine Schweizerische Uhrenindustrie Aktiengellschaft – United Swiss watch industry) groups officially recognized as bankrupts were merged into SMH concern (Societe Swisse de Microelectronique et d’Horlogerie – Swiss society of microelectronics and watchmaking). Having achieved a more or less rosy prospect Tissot has set about reanimating its reputation in the field of big sport. In 1984 a reliable and simple model PR 100 (Particulierement Robust – “Particularly solid”) was chosen as the official watch of Austrian, German and Swiss Olympic teams.

Wrist watch Tissot PR 100

In 1986 Nicolas Hayek became the head of a new entity’s board of directors and returned a leading role of the middle price watch company to Tissot.

The latest brand’s chronicle began from a successful project – Rockwatch that literally meant “Stone watch”. The watchcases of the line were made of granite, basalt, agate, crystal and other rocks of sudden structures and colors. The idea became especially attractive to Americans who were buying the ticking stones in such amounts that Swiss Tissot employers were forced to work overtime!

Wrist watch Tissot RockWatch

On a surge of Rockwatch’s success the company sequentially launched Pearlwatch (1986, pearl cases) and Woodwatch (1989, wooden case).

Wrist watch Tissot WoodWatch

Another prosperous project was a Two Timer collection with double (hand and display) time indication launched in 1986. It was quite popular everywhere including Russia before Perestroika. 237000 “twotimers” were sold in Switzerland by the end of 1988 even despite of keen competition in the field with Japanese watch makers. During the period of prosperity of quartz chronometry four Two Time generations were developed and sold!

In 1996 the present chief manager Francois Thiebaud became the head of the company. And in two years SMH was renamed to Swatch Group.

The present-day Tissot icon – T-Touch collection – appeared on 2000. The multifunctional models of the line are operated by a simple finger touch to the sapphire glass. The complex chronometric “filling” and effective “touch” design aroused interest in the watches from the side of thousands of young people around the world. The “younger daughter” of T-Touch – Silen-T – was born in 2002. It reported the time to its owner by means of vibrations of a caseback. It was a kind of hi-tech silent version of repeater in quite a budgetary execution.

Wrist watcg Tissot T-touch

The company at the same time didn't stop to practice an elite mechanics. The Heritage collection boasts elegant classical pieces in gold cases with perfectly executed and designed contents.

Wrist watch Tissot Heritage

Сollections by Tissot

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