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About Tissot Watch
Founded in 1853, in Le Locle, the cradle of the Swiss watch-making industry, Tissot is one of the leading brands in the popular Swatch Group. Throughout the years, the company has received worldwide acclaim, thanks to several well-known innovations: the first anti-magnetic watch, the first plastic watch (Idea 2001), the first watch made of stone (the Rochwatch) and even the first watch made of wood (the Woodwatch). What's next for Tissot? The first exclusively feminine line, the T-Collection.

Tissot watches offer such features as quartz crystals to control precise regulation and titanium parts. Timepieces for divers and navigators are also available. When selecting a watch, trust only in true values, such as those available from Tissot.

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Tissot is particularly known for their autoquartz movement featured in the PR and Ballade collections.

Watch Maintenance
Buying a watch is often an important investment, so understanding each aspect of your watch is equally important.

About every three years, you should have your watch cleaned and serviced. For automatic watches, you'll need your battery changed, and for mechanical watches, you should have all the moving parts inspected and cleaned. For Tissot watches with water resistant seals, you should have the resistance checked annually using pressure equipment, and the seals should be changed as well. As far as care, you should always check the case and bracelet for wear if you expose them to chemicals or harsh environments. Cosmetics and perfume can also damage these components, as well as the rest of the watch.


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