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The Tissot Chemin des Tourelles is a very special timepiece that encapsulates an important part of Tissot's history. It takes its name from the street in Le Locle, Switzerland, where the Tissot factory was established in 1907, and where the company can still be found today. The watch complements the company's vast years of expertise with a contemporary design and an elegant case. Other features of this Swiss automatic watch include a blue dial, domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with antireflective coating, 316L stainless steel case and water-resistance up to 50m. The blue leather strap fastens with a push-button deployment clasp. Style #T0994071604800
Tissot T-Classic Men's Watch
|Clasp Type||PUSH BUTTON DEPLOYMENT CLASP|
|Watch Case||STAINLESS STEEL|
|Watch Bezel||SMOOTH BEZEL|
|Watch Bandtype||BLUE LEATHER STRAP|
|Watch Crystal Type||SAPPHIRE CRYSTAL|
|Watch Dial Color||BLUE|
|Watch Power||SELF WINDING|
|Watch Features||DATE, SECOND HAND, WATER RESISTANT|
|Watch Warranty||TISSOT WARRANTY|
Tissot offers a limited 2-year warranty. The warranty covers material and manufacturing defects existing at the time of delivery until twenty-four months after the date of purchase. Warranties are only honored with a valid warranty certificate from an authorized dealer. See complete warranty.
- What is the difference between a quartz movement and a self-winding movement?
The normal daily action of moving your arm is sufficient to keep a self-winding movement activated or the watch can be placed in a watch winder to maintain accurate time. A quartz movement uses a vibrating quartz crystal that powers a small motor. A mercury-free battery supplies the electric current to the crystal at a constant rate. For most watches, the battery should be replaced once a year.
- What does analog or digital mean?
Analog is a type of display that has a dial, hands, numbers or markers, subdials and sometimes a day or date window. The background can be patterned or plain to aid visibility or impart style to the design. This is the traditional watch face. A digital display usually has LED (light emitting diode) numbers and sometimes also shows a range of functions including elapsed time, date, alarms, speed, distance and even temperature. These watches are almost always battery powered, though there are also watches that use light instead of a battery.
- What is a chronograph and how does it work?
The chronograph function is for measuring elapsed time, like a stopwatch. Chronograph movements are activated with one or more buttons near the crown, and the dial usually includes one or more subdials to show the fractions of a second or elapsed minutes or hours.
- What's the difference between a watch bracelet and a watch band?
The term bracelet is generally used with a watch strap made of metal, such as stainless steel or titanium and fastens with a clasp. Many designs include links that flex easily with wrist movement, which makes them a popular choice for men's timepieces. These bracelets can be lengthened or shortened by adding or removing links.
Another metal bracelet design for women's watches uses a solid metal bangle that fastens with a jewelry clasp.
A band is often crafted of leather, patent leather or silicone rubber, and can be secured with either a buckle or a clasp. Both men's and women's watches use bands.
Both types of straps are interchangeable, some by the user, others by a watch repairman. Strap widths are measured in millimeters.
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