Best Watch Picks: The 4 Most Innovative Tissot Timepiece

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Charles-Felicien Tissot and his son Charles-Emile Tissot founded Tissot in the Jura region of Switzerland in the 1800s. In the second half of the nineteenth century, they took an unusual turn by exporting watches to the Russian Empire.

As a result, besides its award-winning performance in the United States, Tissot was able to expand into other markets.

Tissot now exports over 4 million watches worldwide and has a presence in approximately 160 countries. The product’s slogan, “Innovators by Tradition,” will undoubtedly inspire new ground-breaking ideas.

What counts most, though, is the level of quality that the Swiss put into their products through technology, innovation, and ongoing quality inspections. Here’s a list of the most innovative Tissot watches.


Tissot T-Touch Navigator 3000

One of the most innovative Tissot watches is the Tissot T-Touch Navigator 3000 Watch. The Tissot T-Touch Navigator 3000 from the T-Touch Collection is one of the first watches from Tissot to include innovative touch-screen technology.

You may access all of its functions by simply touching the screen glass. You can engage completely with this T-Touch watch by tapping the crystal in different spots once you’ve activated a touch crystal by pressing on the crown.

The stainless steel 42.5 mm circular case has a 12.5 mm thickness and features a fixed bezel with black embossed functionality. A big LCD screen is at 6 o’clock on a black round dial with luminous hands and triangle hour markers. The stainless steel bracelet with a push-button locking clasp has slightly sharper edges, while the black leather bracelet is the other variant.

The Swiss E45.301 quartz movement in the T-Touch Navigator is exceptionally accurate and precise, and it is water-resistant to 30 meters. It also contains a calendar mode that allows you to view the date in one of three ways: day/date, seconds/date, or week number.

A pretty current red hue can be used to illuminate an LCD panel by rotating the crown. By twisting the crown to the right or left, you can change the intensity of the backlight. After that, the LCD is lit for a total of 10 seconds.

The Navigator 3000 offers two different alarms, with a choice of five tunes that may be programmed for up to seven days. It has a countdown timer with which you may set the hours, minutes, and seconds up to a maximum of 23:59:59.


Tissot Tradition G15.561

The Tissot Tradition is the brand’s first-ever analog perpetual calendar timepiece, powered by a brand-new G15.561 quartz movement. Its perpetual calendar facility works without modification throughout the twenty-first century, taking leap years into account automatically.

It, like other Tissot watches, has excellent quality and a fashionable appearance. The Tissot Tradition G15.561 watch is a stunning combination of aesthetics and technological prowess. This stainless steel clock is domed with a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and is water-resistant to 30 meters.

The watch dial, which is available in anthracite, silver, or black color and features a silver-tone Arabic numeral 12 and silvered hour markers, confirms that Tissot Tradition is made for now and tomorrow. It is framed by a light bezel, which, like the rest of the case, is made of stainless steel.

The casing of this men’s watch is 42 millimeters long and 11.07 millimeters thick. A month and a day are displayed on two linear indicators at the 10 and 2 o’clock positions, respectively; while the little 60 seconds, sub-dial at the 6 o’clock position balances the entire display.

It has a date hand that runs between the 3 and 9 o’clock positions, displaying the current date.


Tissot TXL Chronograph

Tissot introduced a fashionable line of athletic urban watches in response to the current trend for square-shaped watches, which is popular among today’s clients.

The T-Trend Collection Tissot TXL chronograph men’s watch features a slightly larger case than the one without a chronograph function, but it has the same stepped casing and fluid lines that flow seamlessly into the case attachment.

The standard functions of hour, minute, and second, as well as date and chronograph, are all available on the Swiss-made ETA G15.211 quartz movement. This watch’s movement is contained in a square casing that is modern in design. The casing is made of brushed and polished stainless steel and is 35mm in length, 31mm in width, and only 9.27 mm in thickness. It has a magnificent stainless steel bezel with a polished finish.

Its sturdy structure ensures water resistance up to 100 meters and is domed by a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. Three sub-dials with square-shaped edges are part of a black or silver dial that is partly framed by straight lines. The dial also features Superluminova hour and minute hands, a tiny second hand with a tailpiece that displays the word “T,” and silver hour markers.

Two chronograph sub-dials for measuring 1/10 of a second and 30 minutes are symmetrically situated between 2 and 3 o’clock positions, and between 9 and 10 o’clock positions, respectively. A 60 seconds counter is set at the six o’clock position and includes a silver date window.

A polished stainless steel bracelet or a real leather strap, both with butterfly clasps with push buttons, are offered for the watch.


Tissot Sailing Touch Watch

Tissot Sailing Touch wristwatch is designed exclusively for yachting enthusiasts and flawlessly mixes functionality, current design, and sharp flair. The stainless steel circular 45 mm case has a 15 mm thickness with a red, silver, or blue bezel.

This sailing timepiece has a rubber strap and is water-resistant to 100 meters (in black or white variant). Dials in black, silver, navy blue, or white lacquer are provided. Tissot Sailing Touch is an excellent sailing instrument, thanks to its Swiss ETA quartz ana-Digi movement.

It has a touch-sensitive sapphire glass, a barometer, regatta, Chronograph with Tachymeter, compass, tide calculator, a double alarm function with chime, perpetual calendar, two time zones, backlight functions, and a battery end of life indicator, among other high-tech features (EOL). Touching the responsive sapphire crystal will turn on all the functions.



Tissot watches are renowned for their elegance and high-quality components. The brand’s approximately 160-year watchmaking history has taught it how to deal with a wide range of conditions and market trends.

Together with the technological innovations, they’ve made to stay up with changing customer needs, Tissot’s trustworthiness has risen.

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