Tissot Carson Premium Automatic lady

T122.207.16.033.00

TISSOT CARSON PREMIUM AUTOMATIC LADY

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Description

The Tissot Carson, an all-timer which will suit any time or place, will be the perfect partner to accompany you to every great occasion in your life so that every moment you live is right on time. Its classic style allows it to never go out of date, while giving it its sumptuous look, highlighted by a graceful dial design and elongated fine hands that move around the dial in time.

Technical specs

  • Reference

    T1222071603300

  • Origin

    Swiss made

  • Warranty

    2 Years of Warranty

  • Collection

    T-Classic

  • Weight (g)

    35

  • Water resistance

    Water-resistant up to a pressure of 5 bar (50 m / 165 ft)

The Tissot user's manual give information about the use, the settings and the maintenance of the different Tissot watches.

Sapphire

Know-How

Sapphire

A sapphire crystal gives a watch the following properties: extremely high resistance to impact and superior screen and hand readability thanks to its transparency. Because it is the strongest material after diamonds, it is used in fine timepieces for its anti-scratch prowess. Sapphire crystals can take many forms and give the watch a variety of looks: flat, domed, concave or ground.
Water resistance

Know-How

Water resistance

All Tissot watch cases undergo several tests, including a water resistance check. Tissot tests the watch's ability to resist impacts and pressure, as well as the penetration of liquids, gas and dust by replicating the real-life conditions in which the watch may find itself.
Mechanical Movements

Know-How

Mechanical Movements

A Tissot mechanical movement contains an average of 100 finely manufactured parts. The balance wheel lies at the heart of the movement and ensures its accuracy. With its constant backwards and forwards movement, the balance and the balance spring divides the time into equal portions, thereby accurately regulating the movement of time. The movements of the balance spring, called oscillations, are what causes your watch to “tick”. The balance wheel’s total oscillations equate to 385,000 turns a day.