Tissot presents a few teasers before Baselworld 2017.
The devil is in the detail when it comes to the Tissot Bella Ora, where intricate design ticks lead to a smart and sophisticated result. The luxurious design uses curved glass, a concave bezel and a cabochon crown to create a smooth silhouette, while the polished bevel on the horns and the roman indexes add a grown-up and glamorous edge. Other touches, like the jewellery bracelet and small second counter on the dial, up the elegance factor and add subtle decorative touches to what is a feminine, yet refined, watch.
Tissot has years of experience in producing high-precision and utra-reliable mechanical watches, which has earned it many prizes in the international chronometry competition. Time doesn’t change but the accuracy of its calculation gets greater with new technologies. We have gone from using hourglasses to heating the sand and producing silicon balance springs for the beating heart of the watch. The silicon properties make it more resistant and consistent, allowing for a greater precision and guaranteeing longevity, in this case introduced to an already impressive Powermatic 80 movement, which offers up to 80 hours of power reserve.
Just as the creations of the world’s great fashion designers rely on the perfect mix of fabric and cut, the Tissot Couturier timepieces blend elegant lines with materials to match. These watches express their made-to-measure character through their uncompromising attention to detail. These promise to outlive any fashion whim and stand the test of time.