The Tissot T-Race Nicky Hayden Limited Edition 2015 is an appropriate tribute to the driver it is named after.
Like Hayden himself, this watch is proud to go in a new direction and is cast in a cool green to reflect the racing driver’s new Aspar Team colours.
There is enough sporty touches to make the racing driver proud, including a brake disk and magnifying glass over the date display and Hayden’s famous star emblem which sits discreetly in the counter at 6 o’ clock.
The sporty theme continues on the 12, 4 and 8 on the dial which alternate between counters and numerals, referencing the motorbike that drives Hayden to success.
Tissot celebrated its 160th Anniversary with a piece that reflects its love for new horizons with the Tissot Heritage Navigator.
This piece has vintage class and the modern business man’s tool.
It will allow being on time no matter the location around the globe with its automatic chronometer precision, officially certified by COSC (Contrôle official Suisse des Chronomètres) and its multiple time zones.
The time differences will be at hand to organise conference calls with people from different parts of the world.
Once the watch is set to a certain country, its time zone will be indicated by the numbers on the bezel.
The time for the other 23 countries will be indicated by the numbers on the minute track in front of their Capital.
Right down to a depth of 10 bar (100 m / 330 ft), wearers literally have the sophisticated functionality of this high-tech diving watch at their fingertips.
As well as indicating the depth of the current dive, these timepieces integrate a digital chronograph, thermometer, alarm, perpetual calendar date, compass and divers’ logbook, all activated by touch on the glass.
The Tissot Sea-Touch uses patented technology to ensure that these watches for divers maintain their high performance at all levels – above and below sea level.
Additionally, as the diver’s surroundings are often breath-taking to the eye, the Tissot Sea-Touch makes sure that it also looks the part.