The name of the hollow series of Duluer Street originated from the place where the Tissot factory was founded. In 1907, Tissot began to shift from hand-made workshops to large-scale production, and a factory was built on Durul Street in Lille, Switzerland. Today, Tissot’s global headquarters is still located there, delivering Tissot products to five continents every day.
Tissot launched the new Durul Street skeleton watch at Baselworld 2014. Tissot hopes to use the Durur Street skeleton series to express its pride in its deep Swiss roots and pride in its 160-year history Its expert status in the field of watchmaking. Through the exquisite skeleton movement, the cutting-edge watchmaking technology leapt above the dial.
The watch’s sophisticated manufacturing process conveys the beauty of time precipitation, and every minute detail design confirms Tissot’s extraordinary watchmaking legend. At a glance, the simple pointer is exquisite in workmanship and full of modernity. The pointer and scale are all in elegant dark blue. Using this ancient method, it can effectively prevent corrosion. While adhering to tradition and retaining classics, the Durour Street hollow-out series incorporates eye-catching details. The small seconds at 9 o’clock on the dial is unique, adding a unique charm to the watch. Tissot believes that this watch will satisfy many watch lovers.
Durul Street skeleton watch
Made in Switzerland
Tissot’s unique manual winding mechanical movement
Domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with double anti-glare coating
316L stainless steel case
Water-resistant to 5 bar (50 m / 165 ft)
Black alligator leather strap with folding clasp