A robust trendy watch from the famous Swiss watchmaking company, Tissot Men’s Quadrato Michael Owen Limited Edition, offers full functionality in a minimalist design. This boldly designed timepiece with three chronographs could be a good choice for an affordable price.
As official timekeeper for NASCAR and MotoGP racing, as well as the World Championships of cycling, fencing and ice hockey, Tissot Watch Company has been demonstrating its accuracy.
Tissot also maintains close ties with a various celebrities from the world of sport and acting. One of them is a British football star Michael Owen, who has been ambassador of Swiss watch brand for years. One of limited collections under his name, that probably catches the biggest attention, is the Tissot Quadrato Michael Owen Limited Edition.
This interesting watch that combines elegance with casualty, is based on Tissot’s Quadrato Chronograph watch model from T-Trend collection, but features some significant changes in case size and dial design. Its large 40mm x 48mm box-shaped case is crafted to leave impression of masculine sport casualty and emphasize main Michael Owen’s characteristics – speed and accuracy.
A silver dial features three chronograph subdials with square-shaped edges, Arabic numerals, double hour indices at three, six, nine, and 12 o’clock and date display between 4 and 5 o’clock. 60 seconds counter with red hand and beautifully designed second indices is at 6 o’clock; 1-10 seconds counter is located at 2 o’clock position, while 30 minutes counter, with its red frame, signifies along with big red number 1, Michael Owen’s favorite number 10.
The Tissot Quadrato Michael Owen Lmtd. Edition watches are covered with sapphire crystal that protects watch from scratches. A signature of top class football star, with his number from the best player’s days, is engraved on stainless steel caseback.
Watch comes with handsome, polished stainless steel bracelet with deployment clasp. It is powered by Swiss quartz movement and has a solid water-resistance up to 100 meters (330 feet).