Tissot, a maker of fine watches since 1853, has long been known for its classical styles and often unique materials. While the company started with innovative pocket watches and created the first pocket watch to display two time zones at once, it now focuses on luxury wristwatches. Modern watch owners enjoy the broad range of Tissot watchbands that the company makes to go with its popular timepieces. Below are overviews of the types of Tissot watchbands available and the reasons why many consumers appreciate watch bands made by this company in particular.
Tissot Watchband Types
Many different watchbands are made by Tissot for replacing old watchbands or personalizing wristwatches. Leather, a comfortable and stylish material commonly used by several brands, is the material used for several Tissot watchbands, as well. Not only classic leather, but calf leather and satin leather watchbands are also available. Other watchbands from Tissot are made of alli-grain and lizard grain. A watch band from Tissot is made of stainless steel, making it virtually impervious to discoloration and quite resilient against other types of damage.
How Watchbands From Tissot Reflect Wristwatches From the Company
Tissot is widely known for sponsoring a range of professional sports events. These include events in fencing, ice hockey, cycling, motorcycling, and downhill skiing. While Tissot watches retain traditional styling in many cases, their sportiness is a unique element that appeals to many buyers. Accordingly, Tissot watchbands are designed and built for sports and active lifestyles. As the Official Timekeeper of several sports associations, including the WNBA, MotoGP, and International Basketball Federation, Tissot further demonstrates the dependability of its watches, including the bands that hold the timepieces in place.
Tissot is one of many brands of new and pre-owned luxury timepieces sold at our store, Swiss Watch Chalet. In addition to offering watches, our store offers watchbands, including Tissot watchbands and many others. Several other accessories, such as batteries, are also available. To learn more about our options and discuss different Tissot watchbands in stock, consumers can contact or visit Swiss Watch Chalet and speak with a salesperson.
Swiss Watch Chalet is not an authorized dealer of Tissot.