Blending together careful attention to the details as well as accurate timing abilities as well as top notch technology. Certainly, the masculine Tissot T-Trend timepiece stands as a testament to this, with gorgeous looks, high level features that boast a power reserve of up to 80 hours and a delicious sheen on the finish, this watch manages to symbolise the blending of detail and tech that Tissot has become renowned for across the globe. With a stunning black leather strap, a beautiful black dial and stainless steel casing, this beautiful watch will make certain that the wearer is always exactly in the place they should be and remain looking excellent doing it.
Within the T-Trend family, the brand brings together a collection of styles and tastes with a model for all occasions with Tissot’s famous high quality and technology. The T-Trend family includes watches for men and women such as: Tissot Couturier, Tissot Lovely, Tissot T-Wave, Tissot Cera, Tissot T12, Tissot Couturier, Tissot Pinky and more.
It does not need to be said that the Swiss Made tag is one of the brand’s key values along with tradition, precision and innovation. It is therefore not in the least bit surprising that Tissot supports and promotes initiatives that share its ideas. Tissot has been in the Swiss Alpine tourism and Switzerland’s mountain scenery for multiple years and in various partnerships. It works with the Swiss Alpine Club (SAC), with whom it has an allegiance to tradition, as well as the always innovative Jungfrau railways.
Tissot itself helped launch this pursuit of innovation by adding to the First Cliff Walk by Tissot, in Grindelwald. The company has an equally creative presence on Glacier 3000, where Tissot has put its brand name to the globe’s first suspension bridge that join two summits: Peak Walk by Tissot. As pendant watches were often seen to be seriously complex things, remaining on a chain on the neck. Tissot had lots of cool women among its clients, like stars and songwriters.
The Tissot history displays the wide range of styles showing some high quality suppliers, Tissot could have been forgiven for loving the wide variety of wristwatches both in their materials and styles. Starting in the early years of the 20th Century, Tissot was also able to craft wristwatches, well before the war period and the golden age of this new type of watch.
Tissot slowly gained international recognition and then in 1947, world famous opera singer Carmen Miranda went for a luxurious Tissot jewel watch set with a stunning aquamarine and diamonds look. In the 1940s and 1950s, the advertising and showing off of a wide variety of models for plenty of styles, ages and occasions made Tissot speak especially to the ‘woman of today.’
Tissot went on to give small and precious watches out, many in gold and diamond faceted crystal, in addition to water-resistant and automatic sports models. At the turn of the 1970s, specific styles for the young were added to the Tissot catalogue. The look of Tissot collections bore witness to the inspiration of fashion, with colorful and stunning looks. In addition, always on the search for the newest trends, Tissot worked together with international designers – like Pekka Piekäinen, who made the Tissot Design watch.