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Women's Tissot Watches

Charles-Félicien Tissot established the Tissot brand in 1853 with his son Charles-Emile in Le Locle, Switzerland. In 1858, Charles-Émile left for Russia, and with the blessing of the Czar, sold Tissot brand pocket watches all across the Empire. At the end of 1917, the limited company Chs. Tissot & Fils SA was formed.

In 1930, Tissot and Omega merged to form the first Swiss watchmaking association, the SSIH (Société Suisse pour l’Industrie Horlogère), which became the Swatch Group in 1998. Today, Tissot watches are sold in 160 countries around the world. In 2013 the company celebrated its 160th anniversary with the Tissot Heritage Navigator, a world timer watch indicating multiple time zones.

Tissot groups their women’s watches under six different headings: Touch, Sport, Trend, Classic, Gold, and Diamond. The Touch heading includes the T-Touch Lady Solar, T-Touch II Lady, and the Sailing Touch. The Sports collection is comprised of the T-Race, Quickster, the T-Race Danica Patrick, the PRC 200 Asian Games, and the PRC 200 Fencing watch. Tissot’s Trend watches are more fashion-based. The Classic collection includes the Bridgeport, Le Locle, Lady Heart Powermatic, Dressport, and Titanium models.


Quick Facts

  • The Tissot Navigator came out in 1951 and was the world’s first self-winding wristwatch with 24 times zones
  • Tissot experimented with different types of revolutionary materials; in 1971, it produced the Tissot Astolon, made out of plastic
  • The company produced the world’s first anti-magnetic watch in 1930

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