Baselworld - Tissot Automatic
Tissot launched their first automatic collection in 1943. Advancements in the automatic watch industry after the First World War meant watch designers were able to utilise the kinetic power of the hands, creating energy and giving the watches more power reserve once fully charged. The Tissot Automatic models Tissot presented in 1944 and 1954 utilised these breakthroughs. Clad in 18k gold, they represented both the technical achievements of the period and the elegance Tissot watches were rapidly becoming known for. Today’s T-Classic collection references these same distinguished design codes but adds contemporary technology, ensuring the watches run smoothly and demonstrate flawless reliability. The Chemin des Tourelles Automatic is a stunning example of just how far this automatic technology has come, combining precision with a luxury aesthetic. In the Everytime Swissmatic, a clean design which makes the face easily readable lets the impressive workings at its core speak for itself.