TISSOT HERITAGE 1973

Limited edition 1973 pieces

TISSOT HERITAGE 1973

T124.427.16.031.00

CHF 1'995.00

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Description

As innovators by tradition, Tissot celebrates its historic ties to motor-racing with a re-issue of a seventies style chronograph. The Tissot Heritage 1973 proudly flaunts its membership of Tissot’s historic stable. It symbolizes the partnership that brings together Tissot and the Kessel Classics racing team. Meeting contemporary requirements, this 43 mm wide chronograph, with a silvery grey dial featuring matte black counters, is available in a limited edition of 1973 pieces. The overstitched black calfskin strap is a reproduction of the one Tissot had invented and patented in the 1960s, characterized by its large perforations. It alludes to pilots’ steering wheels of the time. To power this racing machine, Tissot has fitted a reliable, powerful and tested engine, the ETA Valjoux 7753 self-winding movement.

Technical specs

  • Reference

    T1244271603100

  • Origin

    Swiss made

  • Warranty

    2 Years of Warranty

  • Collection

    Heritage

  • Weight (g)

    125.0000

  • Water resistance

    Water-resistant up to a pressure of 10 bar (100 m / 330 ft)

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

Know-How

Swissness

It goes without saying that the Swiss Made label is one of our core values alongside tradition, precision and innovation. So it is not surprising that Tissot gladly supports and promotes projects that share its values. Tissot has been involved in Swiss Alpine tourism and Switzerland’s mountain scenery for many years through various partnerships. It partners the Swiss Alpine Club (SAC), with whom it shares an allegiance to tradition, as well as the ever-innovative Jungfrau railways. Tissot itself boosted this pursuit of innovation by supporting the First Cliff Walk by Tissot, in Grindelwald. The brand has an equally innovative presence on Glacier 3000, where Tissot has put its name to the world’s first suspension bridge linking two summits: Peak Walk by Tissot.