Thursday, March 9, 2017

Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar II

Designed as a tool watch suited for both urban and wild adventures, The Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar II boasts an innovative dial equipped with a solar panel to recharge the battery with sunlight and even artificial light, without which it will last up to a year.
The watch offers 20 essential functions such as compass, altimeter with difference meter, air pressure indicator, regatta function, backlight, chronograph add/split/lap, azimuth, logbook, timer, 2 alarms, 2 time zones, perpetual calendar with day and week indicator.
The design of the Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar will blend into the environment like a true camouflage. There is a Military green version that features a compass rose on the top half of the dial for the adventures on land. The Navy blue model, which has double baton indices on a dotted background, contrasted by lines on the top centre of the dial with a minute indicator in-between, is for those at sea.
Both have matching scratch-resistant ceramic bezels with a luminescent compass rose. The silicone bracelets make them not only comfortable but easy to clean after crawling in the mud or through the seaweed. Adding to their wearability is their titanium case making them extra-light and hypoallergenic. The standard buckle can be used to tie the watch to a rucksack in extreme conditions.
Technical details
Swiss Made
Quartz movement with accumulator charge indicator
Antimagnetic titanium case with black PVD coating and engraved caseback
Tactile scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with antireflective coating
20 functions; backlight, 2 time zones, perpetual calendar, absolute and relative air pressure, altimeter with difference meter, chronograph add/split/lap, timer, compass, azimuth, 2 alarms, logbook, regatta, day and week indicator
Water-resistant up to a pressure of 10 bar (100 m / 330 ft)
Rubber strap with folding clasp with push-buttons
Bicolour rose-gold execution is PVD coating
Diameter: 45mm

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