T-Pocket Tissot Watches

Tissot first started out supplying pendant watches and pockets watches to places overseas. It wasn't until the year of 1910 when Tissot set up their own watch manufacturing facilities in Le Locle, Switzerland, where many innovations were brought to life. The company were soon able to turn their attention to ladies watches made from gold and platinum, and focus on developing their own mechanical powered watches, but that certainly didnt deter them from creating pocket watches of the very highest quality. The Tissot T-Pocket watch collection is home to a number of meticulously crafted timepieces from the Lepine collection

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If you have come to appreciate the beauty of an authentic Tissot pocket watch, you more than likely have a soft spot for traditional watch manufacture, namely Tissot and their extraordinary journey since the founding of the company back in 1853. For over 160 years, expert designers and artisans have been refining their skills in creating stunning wristwatches for the dedicated collector, but their collections first started out with pocket watches and pendant watches. Once Tissot became established and renowned as a globally successful developer and supplier of high quality Swiss-based watches, their collection of pocket watches depleted as the demand for a wristwatch went on the rise. Tissot however, have continued to keep the spirit of their rich heritage alive with a number of beautiful pocket watches from the Tissot T-Pocket watch collection. Each design embodies the traditional watch manufacturing methods that Tissot have always held so close to their heart, yet with elements of modern technology added into the production, these super masterpieces can be described as traditional tools for the modern day lady or gent.

Tissot T-Pocket watches are undoubtedly a nod to the company’s roots. It was 1858 before Tissot began supplying pocket watches to Russia – an event which spring boarded the company’s success into global level. These designs are stylish and practical, adding something special to any dedicated Tissot enthusiast's collection. Originally, pocket watches were associated with affluent people of the 16th century, hence the continuation of the premium status of a Tissot pocket watch when the company launched their collection later. However Tissot T-Pocket watches are now considered perfect wedding gifts or presents for the retired gentleman. These exquisite timepieces can be given from the bride to the groom as a wedding gift – a reminder to be at the church on time – or can simply be worn by those who prefer the classic look of a Tissot watch. A design that has strayed very little from its roots since these innovations first started to grace the wrists of the  sophisticated gentleman, back when the company was building it’s recognition and status.

Tissot T-Pocket watches can be used to commemorate a special time in one's life or an important event. These creations have been designed to become treasured heirlooms to be handed down from one generation to another. Whether you are on the lookout for a watch to celebrate a special birthday or to celebrate a new job, our Tissot T-Pocket watch collection offers a design and a function for every possible use. Designs like the Tissot T-Pocket Lepine watch with a black coated aluminium case and a cream dial evokes a vintage-inspired look on the wrist. The face of the watch spans 41.5mm in diameter, surrounding a black Arabic numeral hour track with a mineral crystal glass front for protecting the dial. A cream leather cord finishes the timepiece off perfectly, whilst 30 meter water resistant properties in the case ensure that the watch can get caught in a light shower or two without having its functionality compromised.

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