Tissot Watches – Reviews, Photos, & More
About Tissot Watches
Brief Company History
Founded in 1853, Tissot initially produced pocket watches, pendant watches, and complication watches. America was their initial focus, though the company wisely diversified their customer base and are now represented in over 160 countries.
Today, Tissot is a subsidiary of the Swatch Group. Using high-quality Swiss movements (both in-house developed and sourced from ETA), Tissot watches are known globally for their quality, reliability, and unmistakable style.
Recent Tissot Watch Reviews, Posts, & Photos
You can find the Visodate Heritage in a few flavors, though this model (T019.430.16.031.01) is easily the best looking. The steel on brown color scheme is understated and fits into any ensemble. It’s comfortable to wear, durable, and built to last. This is another great watch from Tissot.read more
In my mind, the Tissot T-Complication Squelette sets the standard for how affordable skeleton watches should be done. Its dramatic design and consistent attention to detail create something that captures the interest of anyone – be they a “watch person” or not. More than good looks, it is an example of Swiss watch making at its best. Of all the watches I’ve reviewed to date, this one is my favorite.read more
Our friends at Gem by Carati lent us a few Hamilton’s & Tissot’s to snap some photos of, so snap away we did! In this gallery: the Hamiton Jazzmaster Open Heart, Hamilton Khaki Field, and Tissot Le Locle.read more
I’ve never been a fan of dive watches, but the looks of this Tissot are bested only by the automatic movement’s immense power reserve and accuracy. With this Seastar on your wrist you’ll enjoy 300m of water resistance, a screw down crown to keep everything air tight, and the usual appointments you’ve come to expect from a Tissot of this calibre.read more
My experience with the Tissot Couturier Automatic has been wonderful. For nearly three years it has been a reliable and accurate automatic that has held up quite well aesthetically. I like the C01.211 chronograph movement- it’s given me no reason not to. As a result of the C01.211, you can get a mechanical chronograph from a Swiss manufacturer for under $1,000- and I like that, too.read more
There are just a few small quibbles that kept the T-Touch Classic from scoring perfect. It’s the quartz watch that can be dressed up or down easily, looks great with just about anything, and has great functionality built in. I refer to it as the Grown Up’s Timex because it packs a ton of great features (and backlighting) into an attractive and distinctly adult timepiece.read more
Review Summary Lacking any complications, save for the date feature, the Tissot Le Locle is a classic no-nonsense watch. Its Roman numeral hour markers and sculpted hour and minute hands provide a small amount of flair to an otherwise subtle timepiece. At $625 it...read more