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Tissot T-Classic

T41.1.423.33

Current MRP
₹ 39,000

*Inclusive of all taxes

EMI from ₹ 3484

*Currently out of stock

Full Specification

  • Brand Tissot
    CollectionT-Classic
    SeriesLe Locle Automatic
    Model NoT41.1.423.33
  • Movement
    Features Date
    Movement Automatic
    Case
    Case Size 39.3 mm
    Case Shape Round
    Case Material Steel
    Glass Material Sapphire Crystal
    Dial
    Dial Colour Silver
    Strap
    Strap Material Leather
    Strap Colour Black
    Other
    EAN 7611608219836
    Gender Men
    Water Resistance (M) 30
    Warranty Period 2 Years
    Country of Origin Switzerland

About the Tissot T-Classic Collection

Essence

Playing with the minds of hardcore Tissot fans, the Tissot T-Classic collection is more about preservation rather than innovation. Imbibing the idea of classic watchmaking, the collection is home to various unique timepieces such as the PRX, the Carson, and Chemin Des Tourelles.

Features

Inspired by Tissot’s home and heritage, the Tissot Le Locle series display exquisite elegance with details such as Roman numerals or various complications. The Le Locle features complications such as small seconds, chronographs, and open hearts coupled with date windows. For women, the Tissot T-My Lady series of watches features a more feminine touch to the classic approach of the collection. One of the most common timepieces under the collection is the PR 100, a set of classic timepieces with various complications under its belt. Whereas, the Tissot Tradition and Tissot Carson are more about the clean, suave set of timepieces that exude the aesthetic acumen of the brand. Further carrying the legacy and the simplicity of the collection is the Tissot Chemin des Tourelles, a set of timepieces that encapsulates an important part of Tissot’s history and is named after the street in Le Locle where the first manufacture of the brand still stands today. In a bid to add more complexity to the movement, a few of the timepieces inside the Tissot Gentleman series features the Powermatic 80 Silicium movement that features a silicon escapement offering better accuracy. Offering a complex look, the Tissot Couturier series glances with the wearer with robust chronographs and tachymeters. The Couturier is also available in a much simpler variant for both men and women. Inspired by the wheel of life, the Tissot T-Complication Squelette mechanical watch features a skeleton mechanical movement on the dial with a luxurious finish and intricate design details.

The PRX

One of the most popular and innovative timepieces from the brand, the Tissot PRX series is a perfectly crafted athleisure timepiece with an affordable price tag. Be it the quick-release bracelet or the comfortably integrated lugs, the PRX is a perfectly blended timepiece. For the mechanical aspect of the PRX, the timepieces feature Nivachron hairspring specially developed by Tissot that delivers reliability and precision though this feature is absent in the PRX equipped with quartz movement.

Tissot T Classic Le Locle Automatic T41.1.423.33

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  • nelvin dsouza

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    A WATCH TO STEAL FOR : After 6 months of research I narrowed down on this watch for my birthday (it is stolen but that's another story)..
    This watch is powered by the eta 2824-2 movement which is also available in higher end luxurious brands (i don't pay for brands) the dial had to be round and I was looking for roman numerals. The minimalistic design with the anniversary Lelocle font was what caught my eye with this watch..the inner dial relief work is stunning in person..as well as the butterfly clasp. This is packed in an amazing box which shares the 150 year heritage of the Tissot brand (I love keeping original boxes)..The exhibition case behind is stunning and the sapphire crystal has protected this watch from a blow or two. For an entry level swiss watch you cant go wrong with this watch and I would suggest buying from trusted source after doing research like Ethos watches provide.

  • Ananda Mustafiz

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    I have been wearing watches since my childhood. Got my first relatively good watch as a gift which was a citizen eco-drive, with a chronograph, sapphire glasses and metal bracelet. Now that I am working as an Assistant Professor and I wear formal clothes most of the time, I wanted a classy leather strap watch. I started hunting for watches online first and soon realized buying a watch can be more difficult and confusing than any other products. If you want the best phone in the market you merely need to sped 40,000 – 50,000 rupees; whereas if you want to buy the best watch in the market it can even go up to 1 crore or more. To buy the best mobile or laptop you can narrow down to 2-3 good brands and decide. But for watches, there are plethora of brands, mainly Swiss and Japanese. Also you have to decide analogue or digital, automatic/mechanical/ quartz, features like chronograph/tachymeter, level of water resistance, yearly calendar or perpetual calendar/ day and date, sapphire or glass etc.

    After going through months of research and educating myself, I have narrowed the search down to a few points. I wanted an automatic mechanical movement Swiss brand leather strap watch, because they are the “real” watches. They show the ultimate craftsmanship and complexity of the watch making. I wanted a sapphire glass, and silver color watch. Sapphire glass for obvious reasons as they are the most scratch resistant, and wanted to avoid gold plated as there is a chance of loss of golden color with time and also a personal choice. I would have preferred a perpetual calendar, but an automatic watch with perpetual calendar was out of my budget. I started looking at various shops in Delhi and I was most impressed with Ethos in Vasant Kunj. They showed me several options and I narrowed down to this beauty, Tissot T-Classic Le Locle Automatic (Model no. T41142333), with transparent back case. The dial is of 40 mm which fits my wrist nicely. Initially it might look a bit bland, no bling-bling multiple dials and everything. But the beauty of the watch is its simplicity. It has a white textured dial with roman numbers and automatic movement with ETA 2824-2 with only date function. The ETA 2824-2 is a reliable movement and can be found in extremely expensive watches. The caseback is even prettier with transparent material where you can observe the 25 jewel movement. It has a black leather strap with butterfly clasp, which is very useful to wear and remove. I am now wearing the watch for a week or so and I am just loving it more and more. Its light weight, comfortable to wear through out the day, enough water resistance to withstand splashes and rain (I think no body will want to swim wearing a dress watch!), with ETA 2824-2 keeps a very accurate time (as accurate as possible with a automatic watch). And last but not the least it looks gorgeous. The best part is the design is timeless! No matter what new model comes in future this classic look of this watch is going to stay. That’s why this particular model is probably one of the bestseller automatic models in the world. I think you cannot find a better value for money Swiss watch in the market at the moment or probably in future.