Take A Look At The Tissot Le Locle Automatic Chronometer Mens Watch

Tissot is a luxury Swiss watchmaker company founded by Charles-Felicie Tissot and his son Charles-Emile Tissot in 1853. The Tissot factory was established in the Swiss city of Le Locle. Tissot is now the official timekeeper for various sporting events and is worn by several famous people. In recent years, Tissot has also become known for its tactile technology, which employs touch-sensitive sapphire glasses. Tissot has now introduced the Le Locle Automatic Chronometer Swiss Designer Watches Online that have a luxurious look and come at a reasonable price of around $1300.

The Tissot Le Locle Automatic Chronometer watch comes in two versions that include the rose gold PVD 316L stainless steel case and in a two-toned case. This rounded case has a diameter of 39.3 millimeters. The perfectly sized crown on the right side of the case has the brand’s logo on its tip. The case back is covered with transparent sapphire crystal that allows one to view the watch’s movement. The split window seen in the back is a trademark feature of Le Locle line. Inside the case is the impressive movement that powers this watch. The ETA Caliber 2824-02 mechanical movement is a reliable and dependable movement that has COSC certification. This 25 jewel automatic movement has a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hours and a power reserve of up to 40 hours.

The dial of this Le Locle Automatic Chronometer is beautiful black guilloche that is covered by anti-reflective sapphire crystals. The hour markers and Arabic numerals are made from steel that is rose gold PVD coated. The rose gold PVD coating can also be seen on the hour and minute hands as well as the seconds hand. A small date window can be seen at the 3 o’clock position. Below the 12 o’clock position is the brand’s logo “Tissot” and “1853” while above the 6 o’clock position is the name of the model, all easily visible. Finishing off the beautiful look of this watch is an alligator leather strap with a butterfly clasp.

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