Tissot PRC200 RBS 6 Nations Watch Review
Tuesday - 08 March 2016
The countdown begins with only 4 days left until Round 4 of the RBS 6 Nations is set to commence! Excitement builds as dedicated fans are eager to support their country to win the championship title. Cheering their team on as the players fight their way to scoring a try and leading their country to victory is their main event this coming weekend. The annual competition kicks off on Saturday with Ireland V Italy, followed by England V Wales and Scotland V France on Sunday to finish the sporting weekend. Tissot rises to the challenge of Official Timekeeper for the third year running bringing the competitive sporting spirit to the wrist with the Tissot PRC200 RBS 6 Nations 2016 Special Edition.
Tissot proudly became the Official Timekeeper of the RBS 6 Nations Championship back in 2013. Recognising shared values between the sport and watch brand, Tissot felt the international championship was the perfect opportunity to demonstrate their timing expertise with teamwork, respect, discipline and a passion for sports evident in both sides of the partnership. Wearing the RBS 6 Nations colours with pride the Limited Edition timepiece is at home at the tournament. The vivid blue rubber strap provides comfort when worn, which is an essential part of a well designed timepiece.
Described as a dynamic, sports watch that embodies the core essence of the professional sporting event and the passionate nature of the Tissot brand who through their collection of luxury timepieces and collaborations show their devotion to sport on a huge level. The striking red seconds hand enhances the athletic design and is a symbol of willpower and action that leaps from the dial against the crisp white background. The timepiece is a master of precision, strength and robustness - traits taken from the rugby players who are committed to their craft and their position in the tournament. Tissot will be arming the referees with the PRC 200 RBS 6 Nations Special Edition that boasts a stainless steel case that shields a quartz movement; a movement that successfully powers the date function between 3 and 4 o’clock, three chronograph sub-dials and a tachymeter. The rugby inspired watch is water resistant up to 200m and is priced at an affordable £350.
Are you looking forward to watching the rugby this weekend? In the meantime, why don’t you explore the Tissot PRC200 RBS 6 Nations 2016 Special Edition a little further. Remember to look out for the hint of blue on the wrists of the referees.