With extensive experience and impressive watchmaking, Tissot are innovators by tradition boasting an impressive list of remarkable technical achievements and world-firsts.
Discover the bestselling models in our Tissot watch collection at Beaverbrooks. Remaining at the cutting-edge of watchmaking, Tissot’s illustrious history is defined by an impressive list of remarkable technical achievements and world-firsts.
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Paving the way for Swiss watch brands since 1853, Tissot continues to pioneer craftsmanship with its innovative state of mind. Constantly staying true to its slogan ‘Innovators by Tradition’, Tissot respect their heritage by refusing to compromise on the unquestionable quality of Swiss watchmaking.
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“With a long history of quality Swiss watchmaking, Tissot has been constantly striving for innovation and have more than a few world-firsts to their name.”
- Bruce, Head of Luxury Brands.
Why Choose A Tissot Watch?
A watch brand truly rooted at the heart of Swiss watchmaking, Tissot was founded in the Swiss village of Le Locle in 1853. Capturing the changes and developments in the crafting of timepieces, Charles-Emile Tissot and his father, Charles-Felicien Tissot, wanted to preserve the intricate mechanism of Swiss watches, and Tissot was born.
In the 1930s, Tissot created the world’s first anti-magnetic wristwatch, as the increased use of electricity interfered with the accuracy of traditional timepieces. Anti-magnetic technology is widely used in the industry today.
Tissot is a member of the Swatch group, a Swiss watch association that includes Swiss watch brands with the highest-quality movements. Tissot has all the exceptional characteristics of a true Swiss watch brand.
With over 170 years of watchmaking experience, Tissot listens to the 'signs of time'. Having evolved with changing times in the crafting of watches, Tissot is one of the most trusted and reliable brands in the industry today.
Tissot was one of the first brands to create wristwatches, and have adapted their watchmaking to changes in the industry to remain a pioneering brand.
Tissot is the traditional Swiss watch brand that sells the most timepieces in the world, having perfected the skills of watchmaking over decades.
We're here to answer the Tissot frequently asked questions so you can choose, care for, and understand your Tissot watch better. Learning how to care for and use your Tissot watch will ensure that it stays in its best condition for as long as possible, and will help you operate it in the simplest way. Whether you already own a Tissot, or are looking to buy one, find the information you’re looking for in our frequently asked questions.
Where are Tissot watches made?
Tissot is based in Le Locle in Switzerland and operates under the worlds' largest Swiss timepiece manufacturer, Swatch. Its 'Swiss-made' label makes it a highly sought-after watch.
Is a Tissot watch a good timepiece?
Tissot is a well-renowned name in the watch industry, having made luxury timepieces since 1853. It's one of the oldest brands on the market and remains timeless, delivering incredible expertise and heritage from its Switzerland HQ.
The Tissot brand uses high-quality materials, with every element of the watch carefully considered. After experimenting with a range of different materials over the years, Tissot knows what it takes to create the best and most reliable timepieces.
Are Tissot watches battery-operated?
All Tissot automatic watches are battery-operated. The batteries are expected to last between two to five years and it's recommended that you visit a Tissot shop or stockist to get the watch battery replaced by a qualified technician.
How long do Tissot watches last?
New watches from Tissot are said to have an average lifespan of between five to 10 years. However, with the correct care and maintenance, a Tissot watch can go strong far beyond that.
It's said that Swiss watches are designed to last a lifetime, and this could certainly prove true for a Tissot.
Are Tissot watches expensive?
Tissot watch prices are considered to be reasonably priced, making a great first watch for anyone seeking a luxury Swiss timepiece. However, when you buy a Tissot watch, the cost depends on the exact model and specifications that you require.
Are Tissot watches waterproof?
You can choose your watch's level of water resistance in metres – we have 30m, 50m, 100m, 200m and 300m available. The level of depth is usually indicated on the case of each watch.
Water resistance can be affected by age, wear and weather, so it's advised that you get your Tissot watch checked by an authorised Tissot shop on an annual basis.
Find the perfect Tissot watch with Beaverbrooks today
Whether you're browsing for yourself or shopping for an extra special gift, we're committed to helping you to find a Tissot watch that meets your criteria. At Beaverbrooks, we're here to advise you at every step of the way, so feel free to get in touch or start a live chat with our friendly team today. Alternatively, pop into one of our Tissot watch stockists across the UK.Shop Tissot Watches