The Tissot Chemin des Tourelles watches, named after the street in Le Locle where the Tissot factory was founded in 1907, were already an important collection for Tissot. Now this Helvetic Pride Special Edition emphasizes the central place that Switzerland occupies for the brand. On the back of the cabinet, bearing a Swiss franc, is Helvetia, the female national embodiment of Switzerland, proudly portrayed surrounded by 23 stars symbolising the states of the Swiss Confederation. An appropriate adaptation in one year with new Swiss Made rules. The dial of the men's version is decorated with the Swiss cross, while the women's model is subtly finished in beautiful mother-of-pearl.
On the technical side, this collection remains contemporary, in a two-tone version with a Powermatic 80 movement with a power reserve of up to 80 hours. The Swiss accuracy will not disappoint you. Tissot has always been proud of its origins and knowledge of the country for making excellent watches. The company honours that knowledge with a Helvetic Pride Special Edition.