Tissot is ready for the 2014 FIFA World Cup! Especially for this year’s soccer cup which will be held in Brazil, the Swiss manufacturer has created a movement designed to time football matches, with their half times and overtime. Thus, all soccer fans can participate in the game by being more than a spectator: being a timekeeper!
Tissot has been the timekeeper of many renowned sports for more than a decade. This year, the famous watchmaker still stays in the sports field.
The design of the new timepiece that celebrates soccer is inspired by the jerseys we see on the soccer fields across the globe. Tissot has created a vibrant range of timepieces that all feature a football engraved on their case backs.
An aluminum bezel adds an extra touch of color with different styles which depend on the model. The bezel design not only brings a fresh new look, but it also allows a greater opening and sight of the dial. We are sure that there will be a watch to satisfy everyone’s taste.
Underneath the scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass lies an extremely legible dial which besides chronograph counters and a small seconds counter comprises a date window which is located at the 4 o’clock position. A date display will remind you of the day so that you do not miss out the games of your favorite team.
Tissot Quickster Football is powered with the Swiss made Quartz chronograph movement which, besides precision and reliability, features a football timekeeping function. The sporty watch is housed in a round stainless steel case with a black PVD coating option. The case is constructed to resist water pressure of up to 100 meters (circa 330 feet).
For keeping the watch on your wrist during the important games at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil, Tissot attached it to a comfortable leather strap, ending with a standard steel buckle.
This newcomer is intended for the young and dynamic sports fans who are also looking for a certain class. So get a new watch as quickly as possible and start cheering your favorite team right in time for the world soccer cup in Brazil!