Tissot brought out some pretty interesting watches in the 1980s, and this Two Timer just happens to be one of them. To celebrate the digital age, they thought they would boast their advances and bring out a watch with analogue and digital displays, dual time zones as well as chronograph, alarm, day & date and timer, which in the case of this watch, all appear to be working correctly. A rectangular brushed steel case measuring 26mm in diameter and 30mm from lug to lug, originally designed to be a men’s watch but with today’s sizes, it could easily pass off as a ladies. The dial is unique with its strips in grey/red design, the digital display screen at the bottom, all under mineral crystal which is unfortunately quite scratched. The steel crown is unsigned, the case back features the logo and screws in. Model/serial number D372661A X. It comes with the original rubber bracelet and measures approximately 7.5” or 19cm. Just a quick note, the watch is complicated to use and there is an instruction manual online that we can direct you towards. The watch comes without the original box and papers, but a gift box will be provided. It has not been pressure sealed, so water resistance is not guaranteed.