TIMEPIECE ON A MISSION
Going on a weekend work-trip abroad? Strap on a Tissot Chemin des Tourelles GMT Automatic
Short yet crucial work trips overseas have defined our professional lives. Often intense and energy-zapping, they require a laser focus on fixed objectives, while offering little time for anything else. The last thing you need as you hit the ground running is distraction from having to constantly check the time at the headquarter or worrying that your watch is slowing down due to lack of power. A simple, even elegant solution with excellent value proposition? The Tissot Chemin des Tourelles GMT Automatic.
The piece got its full name from Chemin des Tourelles, the street where Tissot first established its workshop in 1907, and where it stands until today. That’s brand legacy and innovation leadership working in your favor. Throughout its 165 years as a manufacturer of sophisticated yet well-priced timepieces, Tissot has maintained its reputation. In 1930, it launched Tissot Antimagnetique, the first antimagnetic watch; and in 1953 the Tissot Navigator, the first watch with 24 time zone.
Don’t miss any of your important appointments or that conference call back home. This watch is equipped with a GMT function that keeps track of two time zones. A fourth hand with red arrowhead helps in telling the hour in the second timezone. With a power reserve of up to 80 hours, it will keep going through the weekend without you doing any adjustments. You won’t even have to ask the date – it shows up on the aperture at six o’clock position.
Show up at meetings during the day and at dinner in the evening in elegant style. The Roman numerals and GMT indexes are well positioned on a dial distinguished by discreet Clous de Paris decoration. The elegant stainless-steel case is secured by a calf leather strap embossed with an alligator pattern. A range of three colors for the case, dial and strap expands your style options.