• Vintage Tissot Rock Watch R150 Granite Ladies Quartz Watch 1836
SKU 1836

Tissot

Rock Watch R150

£235.00
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Our Take

During the 1980s Tissot brought out a number of watches made from a wide variety of different materials, and this Rock Watch is one of them. Minimalist design at its best and something well, a little different! Its quartz movement keeps perfect time as you would expect from a Swiss watch. The granite case measures 30mm in diameter and 34mm from lug to lug, suitable for a lady. The dial is also made from granite with a textured look that will be unique to this watch, its clean with the logo in the centre, and some funky red and yellow hour and minute hands, all under the mineral crystal in good condition. The steel crown is unmarked, the case back features the logo and screws in. Model/serial number R150 #905-7. It comes with the original strap in leather and measures approximately 7.5” or 19cm. 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.

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  • BrandTissot
  • ModelRock Watch
  • GenderLadies
  • Year1980s
  • OriginSwitzerland
  • Dimensions30mm X 34mm
  • MovementQuartz
  • GlassMineral
  • Case MaterialRock
  • StrapLeather
  • Box/PapersNo
  • Water ResistanceNo

About Tissot

“Innovators by tradition” has been the phrase behind Tissot since the founding of the company in 1853. As proof of that, they’ve been responsible for: first mass-produced pocket watch, first pocket watch with dual time zones, first to make watches from plastic (Idea 2001), rock (RockWatch), mother of pearl (the Pearl watch) and wood.

Also introduced the ‘T-Touch’ technology in 1999, which have touch-sensitive sapphire crystals to control functions.

They now work with a number of organising sporting bodies to develop ever-more accurate timing solutions, whether that’s cycling, motorcycling, fencing or hockey. Notable wearers include Grace Kelly,
James Stewart and Nelson Mandela.