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 Mens Watches
Referencing Tissot's wealthy watchmaking heritage while searching resolutely forwards, the Swiss Tissot Le Locle Regulateur is a part of the most popular Le Locle group of watches, named after Tissot's home in the Swiss Jura Mountain tops. Thoughtful design ticks, such as the watch's big hands, which signifies the minutes, nod towards the original "Regulateur", time utilized in workshops within the eighteenth and nineteenth century as reference to determine the precision of pocket watches.
It's the Swissness at the very heart of Swiss Tissot that makes the brand such a distinguished one. The"+"in the Tissot logo is the same as the Swiss flag, symbolising the quality and the reliability that watchmakers have proudly demonstrated since 1853. The innovative brand remains in its home in Le Locle in the Swiss Jura Mountains, keeping its Swiss identity at its core.