Next month at Baselworld, Tissot will launch a vintage inspired worldtimer to celebrate their 160th anniversary. The Tissot Heritage Navigator is based on a model originally created in 1953. It can indicate 24 different time zones at a glance. Just set the watch to the capital city of your choice, and the corresponding time zone can be read off the numbers engraved on the bezel. The movement is COSC certified and is visible through the clear case back. Although this is a vintage design, the case comes in a modern 43 mm diameter. Water-resistant to 30 meters. Silver-toned dial comes with a brown strap and the anthracite dial comes with a black strap.

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