Tissot Visodate 1957 Automatic in Baselworld 2010

It is showtime as Baseworld 2010 uncovers the curtains on a stunningly remarkable watch show. The continuing record breaking watch show of Baseworld is reflecting and establishing the booming market for precious luxury timepieces. A novelty that shines like a splashing star among the glittering arrays of novelties is truly Tissot
Visodate 1957 automatic watch.

Debuted in 1953 to pay special homage to Tissot’s 100th anniversary, the Visodate has undergone a long course of evolution. The up-grade interpretation of the 1953 novelty inherits the quintessential virtuosity of the past, demonstrating the vintage Tissot logo and benefits from cutting-edge technology and the finest materials.

It houses a highly accurate automatic movement, ETA 2836-2, with a power reserve capability of 42 hours. The other functions of this gorgeous timepiece consist of hours, minutes, seconds, as well as day and date functions.

The magnificent watch is encasing in a stainless case, measuring at a diameter of 40 mm with or without PVD treatment. The transparent case back gives free access to admire the working mechanisms of the splendid watch.

The gorgeous timepiece frames a dial coated in silver or black as well as a day and date displaying windows located at 3 o’clock. Mounted on a leather strap with a crocodile motif and a butterfly clasp, this superlative creation is willingly navigating in depths up to 30 meters.

The timeless elegance of this beautiful contemporary timepiece is truly a giant leap, which announces a new chapter in the history of the illustrious watch brand.

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