Tissot, with its signature 'Innovators by Tradition', has been pioneering craftsmanship and innovation since its foundation in 1853. Today Tissot is a member of the Swatch Group, the world's largest watch producer and distributor. The company has always had its home in the Swiss watchmaking town of Le Locle in the Jura Mountains but now also has a presence in 160 countries. The Tissot innovation leadership is enabled by the development of high tech products, special materials and advanced functionality. With a broader, more versatile range of high quality timepieces at an attractive price than any other Swiss watch brand, Tissot also expresses its commitment to making excellence accessible.
As official timekeeper and partner of FIBA, AFL, MotoGP™, FIM Superbike and the World Championships of cycling, fencing and ice hockey, Tissot is committed to respecting tradition, underlining its core values of performance, precision and setting new standards.
History of Tissot Watches
The Tissot Watches Company have been pioneering craftsmanship and innovation in Luxury watches since 1853. Tissot watches has its home in a Swiss watchmaking town of Le Locle in the Jura Mountains.
Tissot offers a vast selection of watches to meet the diverse functional needs and tastes of its modern day customers. Tissot watches are leaders in innovation and development of high tech products they are committed to respecting tradition and precision and leaders in setting new standards.
The Tissot Touch collection was a break though in technology and a head of its time. Since the initial launch it has evolved with new functions and designs. The Tissot Touch watch has become a true icon recognizable by all watch enthusiast.
The T-Sport watches have used the world of sport as the source of inspiration, they are precise, contemporary and very stylish.
The Tissot watches special collections are an honour to its many partnerships. The Tissot special collection watches have fast become a collector’s item due to its respect for events, sports and ambassadors it is associated with.