2013 is a special year for the Swiss watchmaker: watchmakers from Le Locle celebrate the 160th anniversary of the company. Reason was enough to launch Navigator 160th anniversary, which is based on the legendary timepiece anniversary 1953 developed on the occasion of the 100th year of Tissot heritage a special piece of jewelry. This new model is characterized not only by the classic design, but above all by the 24 different time zones.
Tissot heritage classic stainless steel case Navigator 160th anniversary recalls the beginnings of the manufacture. The classic Tonneau, the multi-piece case, the small Crown and the striking bezel are polished and thus form a contrast to the Matt dial. Particularly striking is the engraving of the bezel, which is typical for the House of Tissot watches. Under the double-sided anti-reflective convex sapphire glass is a matte white dial, which is divided into two zones. While the outer circle is dominated by polished indexes and 24 individual digits, 23 time zones make up the center of the blade. Timedictionary reveals that you can find the most important cities in their respective time zones. Two partially skeletonised blued steel hands are available for the 24th time zone.
Inside the Tissot heritage Navigator 160th anniversary proposes an automatic movement from the House of ETA. The caliber 2893, excellent with the legendary COSC-certified for special accuracy has a power reserve of about 42 hours. The back of the case of the timepiece is fitted with an elaborate engraving and provides a look into the Interior of the strictly limited edition watch through a sapphire glass insert.