The Swiss luxury watch company Tissot is famous for producing world-class timepieces that combine creative designs with incredible functions. When you talk about accuracy, quality craftsmanship, and attention to detail, this luxury watchmaker is among the best in the world of watchmaking.
Since its founding in 1853, Tissot has produced iconic watches worn by A-list celebrities, and it has also been the official timekeeper for various sporting events such as Tour de France and the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Indeed, Tissot is one of the luxury watch brands that should be on top of your considerations when buying a stylish and functional timepiece. Here are some of the best watches from this Swiss luxury watchmaker.
Tissot V8 Alpine
By its name and design, you already know that the Tissot V8 Alpine watch takes its inspiration from the racing cars in the 1960s. The materials used on this watch and its color scheme blend both classic and modern design elements.
It has a black carbon watch face with luminescent grey hands and hour indices. The dial also features minute markers around the outer rim, a date display at 6 o’clock, and three chronograph sub-dials.
The V8 Alpine also ensures durability thanks to its 42.5mm round-shaped stainless steel case and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. You can even wear it while you’re diving deep underwater as it has a 100-meter water-resistance.
This timepiece also comes with a bezel that has a blue top ring displaying a tachymeter scale. Its black leather strap is also exquisite, durable, and comfy on the wrist. The Tissot V8 Alpine runs on a Swiss quartz movement called ETA G10.212.
Tissot Chrono Xl Classic Blue Dial Watch
This chronograph watch is one of the best timepieces in the Tissot T-Classic line. It has a beautiful blue dial with luminous indices and silver-tone hands, a date window at 4 o’clock position, and three sub-dials for its chronograph functions.
The Tissot Chrono Xl Classic Blue Dial watch also features an anti-reflective sapphire crystal and a classic brown leather strap. Like the V8 Alpine, this timepiece is also powered by the quartz caliber ETA G10.212.
Tissot Heritage 1948 Chronograph
The Tissot Heritage 1948 Chronograph watch pays tribute to the brand’s line of chronograph timepieces in the 1940s. This wristwatch stays true to the classic design while incorporating the advantage of the latest watch technology.
The Heritage 1948 Chronograph has a brown leather strap with a butterfly clasp and 39.5mm silver stainless steel case. Its silver dial features thin leaf-shaped hands and dot indices, a Roman Numeral at 12 o’clock position, a date window between the 4 and 5 o’clock positions, minute markers surrounding the outer rim, and three chronograph sub-dials.
The watch also features a see-through case back and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. It runs on ETA Caliber 2894-2, an automatic movement with a power reserve of 42 hours. This timepiece is water-resistant up to 30 meters.
Tissot Chemin des Tourelles Powermatic 80 Blue Dial
Inspired by the name of the street where Tissot is headquartered, the Tissot Chemin des Tourelles Powermatic 80 is indeed a treat for watch lovers. Its incredible design is proof of the long years of experience of the brand in producing iconic luxury wristwatches.
This timepiece rocks a blue watch face with silver-tone hands, index minute and hour markers, and a date display at 6 o’clock. It has a durable stainless steel case that’s 42mm in diameter, a transparent case back, and a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.
It runs on Swiss-made Caliber 80.111, an automatic movement with an 80-hour power reserve. You won’t also worry if you wear it while swimming as this watch is water-resistant up to 50 meters.
Tissot Tradition Perpetual Calendar
The black watch face of this classic wristwatch is irresistible to timepiece collectors. On the right of the dial, there’s a sub-dial displaying the day of the week. And, on the left, you can see a sub-dial showing the months of the year. There’s also dates of the month from 1 to 31 lining the bottom part of the dial, and a small seconds display above the 6 o’clock position.
This watch has a stainless steel case that’s 4mm in diameter and an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. The Tissot Tradition Perpetual Calendar runs on Swiss quartz movement ETA G15.561.
Consider Tissot as one of your options when buying a wristwatch. This company has a rich history when it comes to making world-class timepieces. The quality and designs of their watches are sure to make you wow!