In the 1950s, Tissot celebrated its centenary with a series of innovations. One of these was the integration of a date function with the automatic mechanism in a watch called Visodate. The Tissot Heritage Visodate translates nostalgia into contemporary clocks with an eye for detail. A softly curved dial reflects the sapphire glass. The watches are also equipped with a clearly visible date display.
This model from the Tissot Heritage Visodate collection has a stainless steel case with rose gold PVD coating and an ivory colored dial with rose gold indexes and numbers. The caramel-colored, leather strap closes with a buckle.