The famous multi-purpose watch with its solar dial by Tissot has been reinvented with two colours naming it “the Swiss army knife of watchmaking”
The Swiss brand Tissot has introduced a new model, the T-Touch Expert Solar II, in two versions: one is emerald green, to be worn “on land”, and the other petrol blue, for plunging into the blue waters of the ocean to a depth of 100 metres.
Both a precursor and a born adventurer, Tissot was one of the first brands to develop a watch that was specifically adapted to explorers of new lands, to individuals seeking to surpass themselves and sportsmen.
Indispensable for travelling the world, the T-Touch Expert Solar II is a tactile, solar-powered watch, running on a quartz movement developed by ETA. The mechanism is powered by a battery that will run for one year without charging, and is housed in a large (45mm) titanium case. The case is crowned with a fixed bezel made of technical ceramics and coloured green or blue.
On the emerald green version, the upper part of the dial is sandblasted and features a compass rose, while the petrol blue version is adorned by a grid pattern around the hour marker and vertical lines at the centre. The lower part of the dial, meanwhile, contains a solar panel with a digital and tactile display. This recharges the battery with natural or artificial light.
The T-Touch Expert Solar II model has some 20 functions, most of which can be selected by a touch of the finger: a compass, altimeter, pressure gauge, regatta timer, day and week display, back-lighting, complete chronograph, azimuth, log, double alarm, double time zone, perpetual calendar and stopwatch.
This new watch by Tissot comes with a rubber strap joined to the case and in a colour matching the ceramic bezel.