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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Tissot|
|Dial window material type||Scratch resistant sapphire|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Band Material||Stainless steel|
|Band width||19 millimeters|
|Bezel material||Stainless steel|
|Special features||Water Resistant|
|Item weight||5.12 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||660 Feet|
|Warranty type||Contact seller of record|
The Tissot Men's PRC 200 Chronograph Watch features three large, easy-to-read chronograph subdials and a tachymeter for enhanced functionality. Constructed with a stainless steel case, the watch includes a stationary stainless steel bezel and a stainless steel link bracelet with a secure fold-over-clasp-with-push-button. A scratch-resistant sapphire window shields the black dial face, which features bold white hour markers and Arabic numeral indexes at three, nine, and 12 o'clock. The dial also includes three chronograph subdials with vibrant yellow hands, a date calendar at four o'clock, and is encircled by a white tachymeter. Powered by Swiss-quartz movement, this timepiece is water resistant to 660 feet.
For more than 150 years, Tissot has embodied the innovation and tradition of Swiss watch-making. Based in the Neuchâtel area of the Jura Mountains, in Le Locle, Switzerland, Charles-Félicien Tissot and his son Charles-Emile created the watch making company Tissot in 1853. Whether in the technology of its movements, in the research for special materials or in the very functions of the watch itself, Tissot's engineers and watchmakers have developed pioneering timepieces over the years.
Some of Tissot's triumphs over the years include the the Idea 2001 (the world's first plastic watch) released in 1971, the Rock watch (which set the timepiece's movement in a stone case made from Swiss Alps granite) in 1985, and the Wood watch from 1988 (with a completely wooden case). Tissot uses the best movements (from ETA SA Manufacture Horlogère Suisse), the highest quality materials (316L steel, 18K gold, titanium) and scratch-proof glasses (sapphire crystal--at least 2500 Vickers).
The company has been involved with high profile sports events since 1974 when they sponsored a racing car in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, France. Since then Tissot's timepieces have been chosen as official timekeepers for world championships in cycling, motorcycling, fencing and ice hockey. And Tissot is currently the the official watch and timekeeper of NASCAR.
Tissot timepieces have been worn by a bevy of celebrities over the years--including Grace Kelly, Elvis Presley and Nelson Mandela--and James Stewart's character L.B. Jefferies wore a Tissot timepiece in Alfred Hitchcock's "Rear Window." Today the company is represented in a variety of sporting fields by English soccer star Michael Owen, IndyCar driver Danica Patrick, and MotoGP world champion Nicky Hayden. Today, Tissot is a member of the Swatch Group, the world's largest watch producer and distributor.
I researched these watches a lot. I really like it but I keep breaking the band at the watch ( twice in two years). Kinda bummed me out. Otherwise it is a nice watch.Published 6 days ago by tyman
Loved the watch until it started to lose time and the stop watch feature just broke. Sending it in for repairs via the Amazon warrentyPublished 1 month ago by K. Miller
everything is great, but you have to know that is rather heavy and somewhat thick. Dropped on a wooden floow and left mark on it.Published 1 month ago by fusio
I love this watch. Beautiful and sturdy. Goes well with pretty much any clothing.Published 2 months ago by Marco Cutrim
My cousin loved this watch. It's cuter than in the picture. It has good weight, size and appearance. Brilliant. I'love!Published 6 months ago by ligope5
I purchased this watch from amazon not too long ago. I find that it is extremely attractive and catches the eye easily I tried to review some things about this watch after... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dennis Murdie