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What kind of Watch is the Tissot PR50?

What kind of Watch is the Tissot PR50?

Tissot 1853 PR 50 Quartz Ref. J376/476 Swiss Made Men’s Watch. Men’s quartz watch Tissot 1853 PR 50 Titanium Original! Tissot PR50, quartz, 50M, Sapphire crystal, J176/278K.

What do you need to know about the Tissot user manual?

The Tissot user’s manual give information about the use, the settings and the maintenance of the different Tissot watches. Download your user’s manual : Tissot watches bought from an authorised retailer are covered by a 24 month sales warranty as per below conditions, downloadable in PDF format.

When did Tissot start using t touch technology?

Also introduced the ‘T-Touch’ technology in 1999, which have touch-sensitive sapphire crystals to control functions. They now work with a number of organising sporting bodies to develop ever-more accurate timing solutions, whether that’s cycling, motorcycling, fencing or hockey.

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What’s the price of a Tissot 1853 watch?

TISSOT 1853 PR 50 Stainless Steel Quartz Men’s Vintage Watch Original. $799.99. Free shipping. or Best Offer.

What kind of watches are made by Tissot?

When he started watchmaking, each of the various parts was crafted by one of these members, being brought together later to be assembled and sold. The Tissot brand began by creating pocket, complication, and pendant watches that were sold in the region and eventually also shipped to the United States.

How is Tissot involved in the Swiss Alpine Club?

Tissot has been involved in Swiss Alpine tourism and Switzerland’s mountain scenery for many years through various partnerships. It partners the Swiss Alpine Club (SAC), with whom it shares an allegiance to tradition, as well as the ever-innovative Jungfrau railways.