A Brief History of Tissot Watches Tissot watches boast a long and enriching history that can be traced back to 1853 when a father Charles-Felicien Tissot and his son Charles-Emile set up the company in Le Locle, a small city in Switzerland. With painstaking efforts, innovative ideas and forward thinking, the brand has been elevated to a new height as what it is today Tiffanys Discount. With lots of talented technicians and engineers that have committed to manufacturing innovative and glittering watches for more than 150 years, the brand is outstanding from others for the dedication and strong feelings attached to Tissot. Then the company continued to create the first anti-magnetic watch as well as the first plastic watch, Rock watch, Wood watch and T-Touch.
These are some of the main breakthroughs that the company has witnessed throughout its long course of development. With so many "firsts" in the watchmaking industry, Tissot has been leading the way for many other companies to keep pace with. Apart from creating first of its kind watches, Tissot also made its presence in the realm of sports watches. Tissot watches also have close bond with sports. For example, they are adopted into use in the Davis Cup in 1957 and Downhill Skiing in Switzerland in 1938. In addition, it is also appointed as the official timekeeper for many sports events such as biking, cycling, ice hockey Tiffany And Co Jewelery, etc. Recently the brand has debuted another masterpiece - T-Touch. With innovative technology and machinery in the manufacturing process and new features such as thermometers, barometers, compasses and altimeters, this distinguish range of watches are suitable for any kind of activity.