Equipped with a totally new G15.561 quartz movement, the Tissot Tradition is the brand’s first ever analogue perpetual calendar timepiece. Its perpetual calendar facility operates without any adjustment necessary, throughout the twenty-first century, automatically taking leap years in its stride. Like all Tissot watches, it provides a superb quality that comes with a stylish look.
Tissot Tradition G15.561 watch is a perfect combination of beautiful design and technical expertise. Made of stainless steel and domed with scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, this timepiece guarantees water resistance to 30 meters. Along with the Tissot Sculpture Line Skeleton and the T-Tempo Gent Automatic watch, it demonstrated the brand’s sophisticated style and true classic elegance, at Baselworld 2011.
The watch dial, either in anthracite, silver or black colotr, with a silver tone Arabic numeral 12 and silvered hour markers, confirms that Tissot Tradition is designed with today and tomorrow in mind. It is framed by the light bezel that is also made of stainless steel, as the rest of the case. This men’s watch has a 42 millimeters gently curved case, with thickness of 11.07 millimeters.
Beautiful Design and Inovative Features
Two linear indicators at the 10 and the 2 o’clock positions show a month and a day, while the small 60 seconds sub-dial, situated at the six o’clock position, is balancing the whole display. A new timepiece from the Tissot Classic collection is enriched with a date hand which runs between the 3 and the 9 o’clock positions, showing the exact date.
The watch is powered with the quartz movement (ETA G15.561) which is pretty similar with the G15.261 retrograde chronograph movement that the Swiss watchmaker launched five years ago.
There is a choice between a solid stainless steel bracelet with a butterfly clasp and push-buttons, or a leather strap in black or brown color, also with a butterfly clasp. This novelty of the Swiss watchmaking company is at the same time modern and practical with nostalgic elements.