Started by a father and son collaboration in 1853, Tissot formed their legacy with the first mass-produced pocket watch, and established such early innovations as multiple time zone displays and wrist-band designs. Never one to shy away from daring strides, Tissot was the first watchmaker to expand into alternative materials such as plastic, stone, mother-of-pearl, and even wood. But behind their penchant for unique pieces lies one of the most precise movements on market, prized by for their accuracy in the sporting world as the official timekeeper for world championship cycling, motorcycling, ice-hockey, and skiing events.
More recently, Tissot introduced “T-Touch” technology for unparalleled accessibility to various functions within the same piece. Utilizing touch-sensitive sapphire crystals, Tissot luxury watches offer a level of user-interface more become of the digital age. Luxury of Watches boasts an eclectic selection of this experimental watchmaker, from standard wrist designs, to bag, and ball watches, all it prices unmatched in the industry.