PINPOINT accuracy in timekeeping is essential when it comes to world championships.
A fraction of a second determines who stands at the winner’s podium and who doesn’t.
Named after the street in Le Locle where Tissot was established in 1907, the Tissot Chernin des Tourelles watches have always been a significant collection for the brand.
Epitomising the spirit of Switzerland, the new Tissot Chemin des Tourelles Helvetic Pride special edition was designed with touches of Swiss characteristics.
Featured on the case back is the Swiss franc coin Helvetia, the female national personification of Switzerland. She is depicted standing proudly surrounded by 23 stars representing the states of the Swiss Confederation.
The dial of the men’s version also pays tribute with a Swiss cross pattern, while the women’s model is embellished with mother-ofpearl.
Cast in cool bicolour and powered by the Powermatic 80 movement, it has up to 80 hours of power reserve.
The 316L stainless steel case comes with an engraved case back, and is available in 44mm diameter for men and 32mm for women.
Its bicolour rose-gold is executed with PVD coating and the dome is scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating.
The Helvetic Pride special edition comes in 316L stainless steel bracelet with butterfly clasp with push-buttons, and is water resistant up to a pressure of 5 bar (50m).
If cycling is your passion or your tastes gravitate towards sportier designs, then the Tissot T-Race Cycling Tour de France special edition will be right up your alley.
Having been involved in the world of cycling for over 50 years Tissot is well acquainted with the demands of a watch for a professional cyclist.
The Tissot T-Race Cycling Tour de France special edition watch is inspired by the world of cycling and is dedicated to one of its most popular races, the Tour de France, for which the brand is the official timekeeper.
Its athletic design bears the yellow and black colours of the race, with its official logo engraved on the case back.
The sporty dial displays three counters on a black tar effect background, replicating roads and the large hands make time precise and a breeze to read.
Bicycle elements integrated in the design include the wheel reflected by the tachymeter bezel, brake levers in the pushers and the bicycle chain on the back of the bracelet.
Based on a quartz movement this 44.5mm diameter watch comes in 316L stainless steel case with grey and black PVD coating and carbon composite.
Its aluminium bezel surrounds a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal face, and this high performance model is water-resistant up to a pressure of 10 bar (100m).
The Swiss identity is richly honoured in the Chemin des Tourelles Helvetic Pride special edition.
The T-Race Cycling Tour de France special edition has distinct bicycle elements embedded in its design.