History of Tissot Heritage Watches
The greatest charm of the Tissot Heritage collection is that each watch has its own unique history. Every model in the range has been designed to mark a specific milestone for the brand, whether that be a special anniversary, or a reminder of a landmark breakthrough.
For example, the Visodate was first launched in 1953 when the Swiss watchmaker celebrated its 100th birthday. The watches integrated the brand’s automatic movement with a date function. This was certainly an innovative contribution to the market back then, so to commemorate the achievement, the brand relaunched the model in its Heritage collection.
Today, Visodate timepieces exude a 50s allure, with rare italicised logo and sword hands, but with modern day mechanisms making them the ideal vintage-inspired accessory.
Other notable watch lines in the Heritage collection include the Heritage Porto, a remodel of a watch launched in 1919, the Heritage 1948 and 1973, the Heritage Memphis and the Heritage Banana Centenary Edition.
Unique Features of Tissot Heritage Watches
With many of the watches within the Heritage collection taking inspiration from the brand’s past, models come with a diverse and unique range of features. From design cues, through to functionality, every part of these watches has been carefully considered. Some of these unique features include:
- Vintage-inspired designs
- Water resistance
- Automatic, quartz and mechanical manual winding movements
- Variety of colour combinations
- Date window
- Chronograph functionality
- Steel or leather bracelet options
- Long lasting power reserve
Top Watches in the Collection
With every watch line in the Tissot Heritage collection representing a popular model or feature from the past, it comes as no surprise that the range available today is one of the brand’s best selling. Within the collection you can find a variety of vintage-inspired watches, including:
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