Posted by: acejewelers | March 27, 2009

Basel 2009: Tissot T-Touch evolves into Sea-Touch

Founded in 1853 at Le Locle, the birthplace of Swiss watchmaking, the Tissot brand is proud to have developed a strong tradition of quality and innovation.

Over the years, Tissot innovations have been acclaimed throughout the entire world: the first anti-magnetic watch in 1930; Astrolon, the first watch with a plastic casing in 1971; Rock watch, the first watch with a casing made of alpine granite in 1985, followed by Pearl watch, the first watch with a mother-of-pearl casing in 1986, then Wood watch, the first watch with a casing made of wood in 1987. In 1996, Tissot launched its first autoquartz models with 6-day autonomy and then, in 2001, its famous T-Touch models with seven additional functions activated by touching the watch’s crystal thanks to the extraordinary tactile technology developed by Tissot.

Patented technology at your fingertips! With its tactile screen and rarely equalled underwater legibility, the Sea-Touch from Tissot is indispensable for anyone exploring the ocean depths. Not content to meet all the criteria required by European norm 13319 regarding diving instruments, the Sea-Touch also offers a whole host of practical functions, for both land and underwater use. Not to mention a style that matches the most magical of subterranean seascapes.


Movement:
Quartz with HMSD analogue-digital system
“End of Life” indicator

Functions:
Hours, minutes, diving, logbook, chronograph, compass, thermometer, alarm, perpetual date, second time zone, backlighting

Case:
Stainless steel, Orange and black, or black and white, rotating bezel
Pushpieces with double protection, a Tissot SA patented technology
Anti-reflective, scratch-resistant tactile sapphire crystal
Water-resistant to 200 m

Dial:
Black, white or orange

Bracelet/Strap:
Orange or black rubber, or steel bracelet with diving buckle

To pre-order send an e-mail to the Ace Sales Team via: info@acejewelers.com or call them via: +31 (0)20 5711 562.

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