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1853 was the year Charles-Felicien Tissot and son, Charles Emile, founded a watchmaking factory at le Locle, in the heart of the Swiss Jura mountains. From these humble beginnings, Tissot is now represented in 160 countries worldwide.
The Company motto has always been, 'Innovators by Tradition'. Tissot created many 'firsts' in terms of technology, materials and design. Featured on this impressive list are the world's first watches in plastic, wood and even stone!
Charles-Felicien was mindful of keeping costs down to make his products more affordable and, still today, Tissot is committed to making excellence accessible. A result of this dependability, Tissot is currently the Official Timekeeper for many major sports including MotoGP, Cycling, Ice Hockey, Fencing.
With its playful styles and partnerships with some of the most fashionable names in modern popular culture, the Tissot range is a youthful and exuberant collection of watches full of energy and charm.