About Tissot In 1853, Charles-Félicien Tissot, and his son Charles-Émile, formed “Charles-Félicien Tissot & Son. Tissot initially produced pocket watches, and also brought out the first with two time zones. Tissot went on to win awards in several industrial exhibitions for its quality and innovation which has continued in its production today. In 1974, Tissot began sponsoring race cars. In fact, their logo is seen on cars in the Ron Howard film, Rush, which featured the Formula 1 careers of James Hunt and Nikki Lauda. Some popular models include T-Trend, Seastar, PR50, PR100, Triple Pointer, Visodate and Stylist.
Included with this watch:
1 in stock
Condition: Used, Working Condition, Watch Keeps Good Time (Couple minutes out a day)
Model Name: Pre-Owned and Collectible Tissot Antimagnetique Manual Winding Ladies Watch
Stainless Steel Case Measuring Approximately 30mm X 36mm, Without Crown and From Lug to Lug
Silver Dial with Arabic Markers, Aged
Original Hands with Red Sweep Seconds
Stainless Steel Crown
Tissot 15 Jewels Manual Winding Movement
Stainless Steel Back case, Markings
New Aftermarket Black Leather with Stainless Steel Buckle. Fits up to a 6.5” or 16.5cm Wrist Approx.
Watch comes without original box or papers. No guarantee of waterproofing.
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