Posts Categorized: Tissot

Tissot’s Luxury Automatics Offer 80-Hour Power Reserve

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Fans of affordably priced Swiss mechanicals may want to take a close look at the new Tissot Luxury Automatic COSC collection, which includes the first Swiss watches to contain the new caliber nicknamed Powermatic 80, an automatic movement with COSC chronometer certification and an 80-hour power reserve. The Powermatic 80 is the product of a […]

Tissot Lets You Try on Virtual Watches in Real Time 3D

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Tissot has added 3D augmented reality technology to its website, allowing visitors to try on virtual watches in 3D and to interact with features on the brand’s pioneering Touch collection. When visitors hold their wrist in front of their webcam, they see themselves “wearing” virtual 3D watches in real time. 28 watch variations from the […]

Watch Insider: 5 Pre-Basel Watches from Tissot, Longines, Bulgari, Maurice Lacroix, and Frédérique Constant

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The Baselworld watch fair is about a month away, but many watch brands have already sent previews of new timepieces that they will be launching at the fair. Click on the pictures below to read my posts (along with additional photos) on five new watches from Tissot, Longines, Bulgari, Maurice Lacroix, and Frédérique Constant, all […]

3 New Tissot Men’s Watches Debut at Baselworld 2014

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Tissot, a Swiss watch brand known for its affordable watches, has launched three new men’s watches with mechanical movements at Baselworld 2014: Tissot le Locle Small Second, Tissot PRS 516 Extreme, and Tissot T-Complication Chronometer. Tissot’s Le Locle collection is named for the village in the Swiss Jura where the brand is headquartered. The latest […]

Tissot PR 516 Test in WatchTime’s March-April Issue

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The March-April issue of WatchTime, on sale now, features a test of Tissot‘s PR 516.   The PR516 revisits a Tissot design from 1968, with several modern updates. WatchTime’s Alexander Krupp tests the watch,noting its retro design and affordable price (under $700) as attractive selling points. To read Krupp’s full test of the Tissot PR […]