Tissot Heritage Navigator Watch Review


As part of its 160th anniversary celebrations, Tissot has launched the Heritage Navigator - a timepiece first created for Tissot's centenary in 1953, and described as "the ultimate traveller's watch".

The Heritage Navigator is a vintage-inspired world timer aimed at the modern business man. The wearer sets the watch to the capital nearest his current location, and the time zone is indicated by the numbers engraved on the bezel. The time of any of the other 23 countries can then be read using the minute track on the dial.

"This watch is the perfect illustration of what the company stands for with its essence of tradition and that touch of innovation," the brand says. "Tissot has always aimed to provide its consumers with indispensable tools of precision, and after 160 years, this watch shows that it is still the case today."

The Heritage Navigator has a stainless steel case measuring 43 mm, and is available with a silver or anthracite dial. It has a sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating, and a sapphire display case back. Movement is the Swiss automatic ETA calibre 2892-2, and it is COSC-certified as a chronometer.

The Tissot Heritage Navigator comes with a black or brown leather strap, and is water resistant to 30 metres.