Tissot’s pioneering spirit is what led to the creation of tactile watches in 1999.
Today, it is the first to present a touch-screen watch powered by solar energy, confirming its position as leader in tactile technology in watchmaking.
The rays of light on the dial allow to recharge the watch and to offer essential functions for everyday use.
All this in a modern and dynamic stylish watch.
Scroll over the circle to discover the functions it has to offer
Functions like a stopwatch and shows the cumulative time, the cumulative gain and loss in altitude in metres or feet, the average ascent and descent speed in metres per minute or feet per minute.
Chronograph function dedicated to measuring total racing times for up to 99 racers competing in the same timed event.
Indication of true north using magnetic north and the adjustable declination to the east or west.
Two 24-hour alarms, easy to use, with audible signal.
Countdown from the time that can be set in hours, minutes and seconds.
The barometer function shows the weather changes via the hands and the absolute air pressure via the digital display [hpa].
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