Time seems to be back in 1941. This collection of limited edition 2009 reproduces the classic design of Tissot’s best-selling watch from 1941 and has also been certified by the Swiss Official Observatory (COSC). The watches are independently tested at the Swiss official observatory for five consecutive days, at five locations, and at three different temperatures to ensure accurate timekeeping.
The dial of the watch is like a compass. It uses a mysterious golden scale, which meticulously outlines the unparalleled precision of the ETA 7753 automatic chronograph watch movement. The wearer has a precision mechanical instrument. The watch is also equipped with an extremely accurate rangefinder that measures the distance between the wearer and the lightning. On a black silk-like dial, two chronograph discs and a spiral tachymeter at the center position form a row of crossed circular patterns that perfectly connect the 9 o’clock and 3 o’clock positions. Even scales use bold Arabic numerals, and odd scales are dotted with bars. The staggered arrangement adds a layered mystery to the dial. The case diameter is 38 mm, which is the same as the original 1941, and the strap is a precious alligator leather strap.
① It combines historical classic design and modern high-precision timing.
② Limited edition of 333 pieces in 18K rose gold.