TISSOT ALPINE ON BOARD AUTOMATIC
A unique concept
The lure of the Tissot Alpine On Board Automatic lies in both its chic look and unique concept. Available as an accessory with the new Alpine A110 car, this meticulously designed timekeeper gives the driver an unrivalled experience and extra driving pleasure. Convenience is central to this watch: its case can be easily detached from its bracelet and affixed to the supporting frame, made from a special aluminium, which is attached to the car’s multimedia screen, so the driver can comfortably see the time while on the road.
A flair for detail
The impressive Valjoux A05.H31 movement, as complex as a fine car-engine, equips this high-end model. Its case makes the watch easy to handle, especially when removed from the wrist and placed upon the Alpine A110’s dashboard. The dial subtly recalls the counters in the famed ‘Berlinette’ of the sixties and seventies. Design elements taken from the Tissot PRS 516, including the hands, piston-shaped push-buttons and perforated leather bracelet, give this watch an athletic, stylish air worthy of a gentleman driver.
- Made in Switzerland
- Automatic A05.H31 Valjoux movement 60-hour power reserve
- 316L stainless steel detachable case with see-through case back
- Water-resistance up to a pressure of 10 bar (100 m)
- Leather strap with folding clasp and push-buttons
- Special edition
- Special presentation box
- Diameter: 45 mm
The plus sign in the Swiss Flag within the Tissot logo symbolises the Swiss quality and reliability Tissot has shown since 1853. The watches, sold all over the world, enable Tissot to be the leader in the traditional Swiss watch industry, exporting more than 4 million watches every year. Tissot stands by its signature, Innovators by Tradition. The high quality of the brand with every component is recognised worldwide.
Tissot has been named Official Timekeeper and Partner of many global events such as basketball with the NBA and FIBA; cycling with the Tour de France and the UCI World Cycling Championships; motorsports with MotoGPTM and the FIM World Superbike Championship and many more besides in the sports of ice hockey, fencing and rugby.
Key leading products include: Tissot T-Touch (The first tactile watch in 1999). Tissot Le Locle, a timeless, classic, automatic watch with 80 hours of power reserve. Tissot T-Race, “the sporty design”.
Alpine was founded in 1955 by Jean Rédélé, a young motor sports enthusiast. The brand became legendary when the Alpine A110 ‘Berlinette’ won the 1971 and 1973 Monte Carlo Rally. In 2017, Alpine made an emphatic return with the new A110, a car faithful to the brand’s traditional principles of lightness, compactness, agility and driving pleasure.