Thursday, March 31, 2016

Tissot Le Locle Regulateur

Referencing Tissot's rich watchmaking heritage while looking resolutely forwards, the Tissot Le Locle Regulateur is a member of the popular Le Locle family of watches, named after Tissot's home in the Swiss Jura Mountains.
Thoughtful design ticks, including the watch's big hand, which indicates the minutes, nod to the original "Regulateur", a clock used in workshops in the eighteenth and nineteenth century as reference to check the accuracy of pocket watches. At that time, watches were not as accurate as they are today.
They varied in terms of minutes rather than seconds, which is why the minute was the most accurate quantification. This piece reflects that by placing the small counter, which indicates the seconds, at the bottom of the dial, while the hour counter is at the top.  
The distinct style of the Tissot Le Locle Regulateur means it is sure to appeal to watch lovers. Available in a plethora of different models, in modern steel, fashionable yellow gold PVD bicolour or classic black with or without a warm rose gold case the connoisseurs will be spoilt for choice. I

Technical details
Swiss Made
Automatic movement
316L stainless steel case with see-through caseback and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
Water-resistant up to a pressure of 3 bar (30 m / 100 ft)
Leather strap with butterfly clasp or 316L solid stainless steel bracelet with butterfly clasp and push-buttons
Bicolour yellow-gold and rose-gold executions are PVD coating
Diameter: 39.3mm

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