Tissot Creates Quadrato Chrono Valjoux Watch

May 13, 2009
The Tissot famous Quadrato Collection welcomes a new timepiece reflecting the timeless style of square wristwatches - the Tissot Quadrato Chrono Valjoux watch.

The timepiece is highly attractive not only due to the ever-trendy shape of its case but also due to its high-precision movement. It is equipped by the Swiss-made ETA Valjoux 7750 chronograph movement.

The history of Tissot square watches dates back to the 1920-s when the brand introduced its square-faced Hermetic travel and bag watches that were followed by the brands first square automatic wristwatch unveiled in the beginning of the 1940-s.

The new Tissot Quadrato Chrono Valjoux watch, reviewed by Watches.InfoNIAC.com, is based on Swiss design heritage, tradition and innovation. The sporty character of the timepiece is reflected through material combinations and dynamic visual details, as well as masculine lines and powerful color contrasts.

The black dial of the Tissot watch is embellished by fine rays stretching from its centre. It demonstrates a symmetrical quartet of shapes, two round and two squared ones, with the chronograph counters, date display and logo. The seconds and counter hands are accentuated by bright red. The hours and minutes are shown by two facetted silver hands. The dial is protected by a scratchproof sapphire crystal.

The Tissot Quadrato Chrono Valjoux watch is presented on a stainless steel bracelet fitted with a folding buckle or a black leather strap. The timepiece
is 100-meter water-resistant.

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