Tissot tool watches from the 1970s have reflected the era’s fun and bold design elements, and this example is no exception.
First off, the large tonneau steel case cannot be ignored; measuring approximately 41mm across, it carries a certain presence on your wrist. This model came in various colors, from this daring silver dial with light blue and orange accents to a more conservative panda dial version and a black dial version. Fitted with a Valjoux caliber 7734, it has the pedigree of many of the mainstream chronographs that were produced during this period.
Large sized steel case, fixed tachymeter bezel, colorful chronograph hands, tritium lume and with the original metal bracelet, this chronograph has it all for a fraction of the cost of many similar vintage chronographs.