Tissot Visodate Milanais



Tissot's original Visodate isn't a watch that is in need of any improvement on the design or feature front, the original watch from the '50s was such a beautiful and important piece that the company revisited the watch with a retro re-release that stayed true to the original's aesthetic and functionality.

The latest variant of the watch doesn't change things, but adds the elegant touch of a beautiful Milanais mesh steel bracelet. It's an accessory that was as beautiful then as it is now and is a great alternative to traditional steel bracelets. As for the watch, it keeps all the characteristics of the last Visodate release with a 40mm case, sapphire crystal, an automatic 25-jewel movement with a 42 hour power reserve, and a day and date indicator.


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