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The plus sign in the logo symbolises the Swiss quality and reliability Tissot has shown since 1853. The watches, sold in more than 160 countries, are authentic, accessible and use special materials, advanced functionalities and meticulous design. Tissot stands by its signature, Innovators by Tradition. The high calibre of the brand has been repeatedly recognised.

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Tissot has been named Official Timekeeper and Partner of many disciplines, including, basketball with the NBA, FIBA and CBA; cycling with the Tour de France and the UCI World Cycling Championships; motorsports with MotoGPTM and the FIM World Superbike Championship and rugby with the RBS 6 Nations Championship, TOP14, the European Rugby Champions and Challenge Cups. It is also the Official Timekeeper of the World Championships of fencing and ice hockey and of the AFL.

Le Locle

T0064071603300 £395

Classic Dream

T0334101601301 £125

Couturier automatic

T0354071103101 £485

PRC200 Chronograph

T0554171104700 £380

Tissot Lovely Rosa

T0580093311100 £255

PRS200 Chronograph

T0674171103101 £380

Flamingo

T0942101111100 £250

PR100

T1014101103100 £210

Tissot Bella Ora

T1031101103300 £310

Tissot Everytime

T1092101103100 £190

Tissot Everytime

T1092103603100 £190

Everytime

T1094102203100 £230

Visodate

T0194301603101 £395

Classic Dream

T0334102201101 £195

Couturier

T0354101105100 £270

PRC200 Chronograph

T0554171105700 £380

Tissot Tradition

T0636101603700 £220

PRS200 Chronograph

T0674171105101 £380

Tissot Flamingo

T0942102211100 £295

Tissot PR100

T1014104406100 £265

Tissot Bella

T1031102203300 £375

Tissot Everytime

T1092101603200 £165

Everytime

T1094101103200 £200

Tissot chrono

T1166171604700 £255

Classic Dream

T0332101101300 £160

Classic Dream

T0334102605301 £135

PR100

T0492101101700 £185

Tissot Lovely

T0580091103100 £210

Tradition

T0636103603700 £245

T-Race

T0814201705701 £380

PR100

T1012101103600 £295

PR100

T1014171105101 £325

V8 Chronograph

T1064171103100 £345

Tissot Everytime

T1092101603300 £165

Tissot Everytime

T1094101603200 £175

Chrono

T1166173605700 £265

Classic Dream

T0332102211100 £195

Tissot Couturier

T0352101105100 £245

PR100

T0492102201700 £210

Tissot Lovely

T0580093303100 £255

Seastar

T0664171705700 £460

T-Race

T0814201705702 £380

PR100 Anthracite

T1012104406100 £265

Tissot PR100

T1019101103100 £255

V8 Chronograph

T1064171605700 £295

Everytime

T1092102203100 £215

Tissot Everyday

T1094101603301 £175

Tissot Visodate

T1184101127700 £255

Tissot, founded mid-nineteenth century in a small town in Le Locle, one of the cradles of Swiss watchmaking, has a rich and fascinating history.

On July 1st, 1853, Charles-Félicien Tissot, fitter of gold cases, founded the comptoir Ch. Félicien Tissot & Fils, with his son Charles-Emile Tissot, a watchmaker. At that time, Tissot works as a comptoir d’établissage, which consists of a network of independent workers who are highly specialised and who produce the different watch parts at home, that are further assembled and sold at the comptoir. Back then, Tissot timepieces are pocket watches, luxurious pendant watches or complication watches, destined mainly for the United States, which is the first market. Then, Russia becomes the main outlet of the brand.

At the end of 1917, the limited company Chs. Tissot & Fils SA is created and becomes a manufacture with the introduction of movement-blanks production, which it will remain for decades. Before long, the company strengthens its presence worldwide.

In 1930, Tissot and Omega merge to form the first Swiss watchmaking association, the SSIH (Société Suisse pour l’Industrie Horlogère).

By the 1970s the Swiss watchmaking industries is seriously affected by the crisis, which arose from the arrival of the quartz. In 1983, Nicolas G. Hayek who is mandated to audit the watchmaking sector, recommends the merger of the main groups of watchmakers at the time: the SSIH (mainly Tissot and Omega) and ASUAG (holding regrouping the manufacturers of movement and component blanks). The group called SMH (Swiss Corporation for Microelectronics and Watchmaking Industries Ltd.) becomes The Swatch Group in 1998. From 1996, the management of Tissot is entrusted to François Thiébaud.