The Tissot T-Race MotoGP watch is made of a beautiful rose gold and and a deep black for a stunning design. It is a bold watch with a large face, and yet there is something delicate about it, too. The numbers are small and elegant, and everything is put together well, so that it can be clearly read, and a lot of different numbers shown. This watch is classic, yet modern, and the rose gold color of the detailing really helps it to stand out. The band is all black, and it keeps this watch looking simple enough to be worn with any outfit.
Tissot was founded by a father and son team in 1853. It is a Swiss company that made the first mass produced pocket watch, and it became well known as a watch maker because of that. The quality was there, and that was something that people cared about. The company is still around to this day because it uses the best materials and is careful about how its watches turn out. The watches from this brand feature a variety of materials and looks, from rose gold and silver, to leather bands and a bright red color on the watch. All of the watches are made well, and each one of them is beautiful enough to be a bold statement piece on one's arm.
The ideal watch for basketball lovers, this classic Tissot watch combines craftsmanship with an NBA theme as part of its T-Sport collection.
Tissot PRC 200 NBA is a chronograph watch providing tachymeter, date, hour, minute and second functions. it is a quality Swiss-made sport watch with a silver-tone luminous dial displaying Arabic and Index Numerals. There are three sub-dials – 60 second, 30 minute and 1/10th second, three hands and a date window. Tachymeter markings are around the rim. The watch is water-resistant to 660 feet. The stainless steel case and bracelet, along with the reliability of G10.211 movement, provides you with a great looking watch that you can rely upon for years.
NBA recognition is immediate in the red and blue accents on the second hand, on the crown and on two of the sub-dials and a basketball design on the third. The NBA logo appears on the back of the case.
The Official Timekeeper for a range of major sports, Tissot today is a subsidiary of The Swatch Group and its products are sold around the world. It was originally founded in 1853 in Le Locle, Switzerland, by Charles-Félicien Tissot and his son Charles-Émile Tissot. It was not just the communications and reach aspects of timekeeping for major sports that attracted the company. Sponsorship does that. Timekeeping is synonymous with continual dedication in searching out state of the art technologies to deliver accurate timekeeping – as is watchmaking itself.
For Tissot’s offerings, the Le Locle Powermatic 80 is a watch that has found a place as a trendsetter and a true masterpiece. Along with it’s Swiss-made movement, this unbelievable piece is powered by the Powermatic 80.111 Swiss automatic movement. In a nod to tradition, this watch joins 80 hours of mechanical energy with a dignified style that’s in line with the trends in minimalism and time-honored style design. On the same token, the 39.3mm case is the right mix of classic watch sizes and modern choices. In addition, the stainless steel holds up, so it’s perfect for a day at the office or a night on the town.
And with a few additional details, you’ll find that the Le Locle Powermatic 80 moves you from the world of entry-level watches to a place of distinction and class. For example, the see-through caseback allows you to appreciate and even marvel at the powerhouse movement behind this excellent piece. Add in the scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, and you’ve got an upscale watch that will turn heads and let people know you value craft and luxury. Finally, the date window is a subtle touch, as is the detail of the stainless steel strap that completes the piece.
Tissot is not normally the first name that comes to people's minds when they think of fine quality watches, but it should be. Since they first began in 1853 in Switzerland, Tissot has been making some of the finest watches in the world. They stood out for their technical innovation at first making pocket watches and pendant watches. In 1910, they sold their first wristwatch for women, and they have done it again by offering the Tissot Tradition Open Heart Watch.
The classic details of the Tissot Tradition Open Heart watch makes it comparable to the high quality of a Tissot watch. It has a domed, scratch-resistant crystal face. The butterfly clasp makes it easy to put on. The back case is all stainless steel. There is a see-through case on the front so you can see the automatic movement in the back. The guilloche design on the front of the watch adds even more class to this unique design. The movement of the watch is all Swiss. It also comes with a leather strap or stainless steel strap, depending on preference. So, if you are in the market for a high quality watch at an affordable price, the Tissot Tradition Open Heart watch may just be the watch for you.
The Tissot Generosi-T is a slim yet substantial watch that features understated diamond hour markers given high contrast against a dial of luxurious black mother-of-pearl. The sleek curves of the rectangular face and case mirror the alluring outlines of the female form. At the same time, a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal dome protects the piece from the rigors of everyday life. Solid 316L stainless steel also adds strength to the feminine design in a bracelet that subtly narrows as it embraces the wrist, ending in a butterfly clasp. Two simple Roman numerals and fuss-free date display complement rather than distract from the dial -- diamond stars on a night sky full of hidden color. The piece is water resistant for up to 30 meters (100 feet).
Since 1853, Tissot has been creating innovations in materials and technology from Le Locle, Switzerland, the heart of the centuries-old Swiss watchmaking industry. The Generosi-T is a timepiece that celebrates the timeless beauty and strength of women. It is also available in five other styles with variations in color and material to suit the unique taste and complexion of any woman.