Introducing: The Tissot Le Locle Automatic Regulateur – Three New Watches Each For Less Than $1,000
The new Tissot Regulateur highlights two auxiliary dials, one for the hours (at 12 o’clock) and one for the running seconds (at 6 o’clock). The minutes are appeared by the huge hand on the primary dial. The 39.3mm watch comes in three varieties: hardened steel with silvered dial and a coordinating wristband, two-tone PVD-covered tempered steel and yellow gold with a silvered dial and two-tone arm band, and treated steel with a dark dial and calfskin strap.
All three are fueled by an ETA 2825.2 programmed development, which was at first utilized in both the Le Locle Petit Seconds and the Couturier Automatic. These included askew auxiliary seconds, yet the tomahawks of the 2825.2 can differ, taking into consideration the markers to be moved around the dial. For evident reasons, this settles on it an incredible decision for building a controller. Also, the development is uncovered by the extraordinarily molded sapphire caseback that Tissot is known for. The force save is 38 hours, which isn’t up to one would expect, however it’s a reasonable compromise for holding the watch under $1,000.
The Le Locle Regulateur retails for $795 for the steel case and calfskin lash, $850 for the hardened steel with wristband, and $950 for the two-tone release. For more data, visit Tissot’s online shop .