Why Choose Tissot?
All Tissot watches are Swiss Made and contain Swiss movements
Only very high quality materials are used:
- 316L Stainless Steel. The advantages of this type of steel are its high corrosion resistance and excellent durability.
- Most Tissot watches have Sapphire Crystal glass. This is scratch resistant and up to seven times harder than steel.
- Tissot has a selection of Titanium models, which are hypoallergenic as well as light and comfortable to wear.
- Extremely hard wearing plating (PVD) is used – a durable coating which is up to five times stronger than traditional coatings.
Over 150 years of experience
When purchased within New Zealand from an authorised dealer, Tissot watches are backed by a two year international manufacturer’s warranty.
For Tissot, “In touch with your time” is far more than an advertising claim. This phrase expresses the brand’s dedication to being perfectly in tune with the technology and tastes of each era.
Tissot has been growing and developing its tradition of innovation since 1853. From the early days to the present, in its home in Le Locle in the Swiss Jura mountains, Tissot has translated craftsmanship and precision into stylish timepieces at affordable prices.
Internationally Tissot is the Official Timekeeper of the MotoGP World Championships along with: IIHF Ice Hockey World Championships, FIBA Basketball Championships, CBA Chinese Basketball Association, FIE Fencing World Championships and the UCI Cycling World Championships.
With the latest innovations in its communication and product, Tissot presents impressive proof of its signature, “Innovators by tradition“. The brand’s diverse product spectrum enables individuals all over the world to find their perfect timekeeper to express their own style and taste.
The Tissot brand is made up of several strong key characteristics :
Founded and based at the heart of Switzerland’s watchmaking region, Tissot belongs to the Swatch Group, the world’s largest watch producer and distributor. All Tissot watches are Swiss made and contain Swiss ETA movements.
Tissot has over 156 years of experience in quality watchmaking and boasts unrivalled quality standards and the highest productivity in the traditional Swiss watch industry.
Tissot is present in 150 countries across 5 continents.
All these factors combine to make Tissot one of the world’s most popular watch brands.
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