The new Tissot Classic Prince watches pay tribute to an arduous journey between Russia and Le Locle, Switzerland in 1917. The story is all about a watch acquired by an important diplomat in Russia in 1916 and sent to the brand for maintenance at the outbreak of the 1917 revolution. Now, the timepiece is safely housed in the Tissot museum in Le Locle.
The rectangular case of the timepieces has inherited the ‘banana’ shape of their famous ancestor. Featuring soft contours, the case gently curves around the wrist. The case incorporates a finely textured crown that further enhances the models’ elegance. The Art Deco style is reflected by the harmonious lines of the case and the swirling differently-sized numbers on the slim, rectangular dial.
The dial is completed by a historical logo of the brand and delicate bleute hands.
The new Tissot watches guarantee precision timekeeping, being equipped by a Swiss-made 17-jewel mechanical movement. The timepieces boast 30-meter water resistance.
For luxury-lovers, Tissot has created a diamond version of the timepiece. The silvery dial of the Tissot Classic Prince Diamonds is framed by 165 Top Wesselton diamonds.
One more variation of the watch is the one with a black dial with or without diamonds. The diamond version sparkles with 61 diamonds.
All three Tissot Classic Prince watches, reviewed by Watches.InfoNIAC.com, are coupled with a chocolate brown crocodile leather strap fitted with a stylish folding buckle.
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