The new Tissot T-Touch model is the T-Touch Swiss Classic Watch. Tissot takes the high-tech appeal of the T-Touch and dresses it in a more… well, dressy skin. Last year Tissot released the Racing-Touch (discussed here), which was a more entry level version of the popular T-Touch watch. At a similar price, the T-Touch Classic uses the same movement but offers a much more timeless look.
Without Tissot T-Touch, Tissot really wouldn’t be what it is today. Each year we get at least one new model of the popular touch-screen watch – maybe the original touch-screen watch. The way it works is simple. You press the pusher on the right side of the case to “activate” the sapphire crystal, and then you press various areas to activate or adjust certain functions. For that reason, you have functions listed around the periphery of the dial.
Tissot hands do not touch the analog dial and LCD screen. The hand on the dial adjusts itself in many cases to assist in the execution of the function. For example, the hands become a needle in the compass mode. Do not touch the classic Swiss ETA E49.301 quartz multifunctional movement. It provides time, calendar, compass, tide chart, chronograph with split time and log, two countdown timers, two alarm functions, the second time zone, it has a back light. According to dial, LCD screen standard or negative (light text on black background). The dial looks not lume, but the screen background light can be activated by the dark viewing dial.
Smooth border, do not touch the classic does have some of its sister’s iconic feature model. You can see do not touch DNA in lugs design, bracelets, and dials. Although it has done a lot to look clean, almost “classic”. The scribe is in order to look a bit retro (plunger style), and the bracelet is a simple “design.” You also have a clean dial and some only baton bar marks. Start, there will be three disc styles, with a model to the metal bracelet And the other two leather straps.