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Tissot Watch Care – It’s A Part Of You

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Buying and owning a Tissot watch is a fantastic thing. Offering Swiss made timepieces at an almost unbeatable price point. Whether it is from the Carson collection or the Heritage Visodate, Tissot produce quality, reliable Swiss watches much more accessible! This is epitomized in the brand logo, a plus sign, that symbolizes the Swiss quality and reliability Tissot has shown since 1853. Tissot watches are available all over the world, and offer authentic, accessible timepieces using special materials, advanced functionalities and meticulous design. Tissot stands by its signature, Innovators by Tradition.

This quality and reputation has been recognized all over, and the brand now works closely with a huge range of different sponsors and partners. As the Official Timekeeper of the NBA, FIBA and CBA, as well as for MotoGP and the RBS 6 Nations Championship the brands reach has grown and grown over the years.

The quality and style that a Tissot brings to your outfit is something that is definitely worth it’s money! However, we understand that whilst the price of these watches are fantastic value for what you receive, it is also still a large investment for most people! This is why it is so important to take extreme care, and precautions when it comes to your new, or current watch. This does not just apply to Tissot watches too, we would advise taking these steps with almost any type of watch there is.

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Looking After Your Tissot Watch

Firstly, it is important to avoid over-exposure, if any to different solvents, detergents, fragrances or cosmetics. This is because they are likely to affect the coating on the bracelet and/or case. They will also be possibly damaging the gaskets that ensure your Tissot’s is water resistant. Of course, it is not always possible to keep everything away from, and off your watch, but an active effort to keep as many of these items away will definitely help preserve the look and use of your watch!

One that can be very difficult to manage is magnetism. Most components are made of metal in a watch, meaning that magnetic fields can temporarily disrupt their functioning, or even totally stop the movement! It is advised that you do not leave your watch on any electronic devices, or too close to powerful magnets. These can be found in things like fridge doors or handbag clasps, places you do not always think about,but things that can effect your watch ever so slightly. We do understand that some of these things will be unavoidable, but keeping them in mind will help it’s longevity!

If you do sense the inner mechanics running slow or fast, we do recommend contacting Tissot to have your watch serviced, as this will help to maintain it’s accuracy and reliability for years and years to come!

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