Tissot is famous for offering Swiss luxury watches at unbelievably low prices, which doesn't tamper with the built and performances of their products. A classic yet cool watch bringing a feel of deja vu, it is a design that appeals different individuals in different ways. A top-of-the-line, black-faced quartz chronograph, the Couturier scores high as a classic, Swiss sports watch that doesn't scream its presence; rather, it influences your sub-conscious to alter your mindset.
Currently a part of the Swatch conglomerate, Tissot has access to the most precision movements and milled grade 316L stainless steel, which creates the watch case, the bracelet and the deployment clasp. For the, the case bulges out at the corners (remember muscle car hoods?) and houses square pushers on the side, which make for precision operation of the chronograph. On the dial periphery is a tachymeter, which serves it purpose both ways – with speed calculations and rounding out the design of the dial. The crystal is essentially sapphire and together with the case; they remind you of the long history of Tissot in the realms of fine watch making.
The Tissot T-Trend Couturier Mens Watch gets its name because of the brand's similar approach to watchmaking as that of the great fashion designers in the world who rely on mixing fabric with cut in the most perfect manner possible. The Tissot Couturier blends elegant lines to top-grade materials and expresses a made-to-measure character; thanks to the uncompromising attention Tissot gives to the details. It is a promise to outlast the whims in fashion and trends and focusing on standing the tests of time.
Therefore, it's needless to say that the Tissot Couturier Quartz Chronograph Mens Watch is nothing short of unique components; neither of an outstanding design. The 10-hour chronograph complication is definitely one among them; maybe you will not require running it for that long at a stretch but for professional use, you will find it handy. It is essentially the ETA G10.211 workhorse Swiss chronograph quartz movement; probably the most discussed and debated one of all that Tissot uses. It's very accurate and inexpensive and there are special machineries that are needed to assemble it. It's a movement that proves useful upon need; at other times, it flaunts its stylistic side more than its utilitarian bent.
The Tissot Couturier Quartz Chronograph Mens Watch has dagger-hands. They look (and are) tasteful; the applied lume is definitely inadequate if you are down by a hundred feet into the murky waters but on land, it glows brighter and for long, providing a comfortable night-time viewing. You may quibble on this aspect of the Tissot Couturier and let go off a fine, handsome watch; but it will be insensible to do so. If you are getting one, you are opening up your options towards a broader fashion appeal.