Baselworld Basel 2013 – Tissot Tissot 200 Series 2013 Tony Parker Limited Edition
For Tissot, ‘time, you control’ is more than just a slogan. It conveys the DNA of the Tissot brand-Tissot has always strived to perfectly integrate cutting-edge technology and fashion design in watchmaking, hoping to bring more value and touch to customers.
The Tissot Junchi 200 Series 2013 Tony Parker Limited Edition shows precision, toughness and classic style, just as the French basketball team captain Tony Parker showed in his signature throw. Aiming at the basket is its precise performance; as an athlete’s endurance and strength, it reveals the toughness of the watch. Tony Parker quickly bypassed the opponent to reach the free throw line, like a textbook, reflecting his classic style. The watch is unique, and its stylish and sporty details give it a distinctive character, making the wearer the right place for any occasion.
The design of the watch is very fashionable, while the orange scale and hands highlight the precision performance of the watch, it also outlines the sporty appearance; and the orange lines on the sides of the classic glossy belt further highlight these characteristics. The exclusive design at the 9 o’clock position on the dial uses the oversized Arabic numeral ‘9’ as a scale to symbolize Tony Parker’s jersey number ‘9’. The watch is also unique in that it is limited to 4,999 units. The well-designed back cover is printed with the signature and jersey number of the basketball master. All you have to do is keep up with Tony Parker and own this limited edition watch.
Made in Switzerland
316L stainless steel case with screw-in crown and pattern printed on the back cover
Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
Water-resistant to withstand pressures equivalent to 20 bar (200 meters / 660 feet)
Leather strap with butterfly buckle
Limited edition of 4,999
Since 1853, Tissot has been innovating based on tradition, and today it has grown into the number one Swiss traditional watchmaking brand in the world. Over the past 160 years, Tissot has evolved from a watch factory headquartered in the small town of Lillac in the Jura Mountains, Switzerland, into a global brand with sales outlets in more than 160 countries.
Tissot’s leading position benefits from its unparalleled ability to innovate. It spares no effort in the pursuit of the use of special materials, the development of advanced functions and the design of details. Tissot has launched more and more high-quality watches, but the price-performance ratio is more attractive than any other Swiss watch brand, which also reflects its commitment to ‘entry luxury’.
Tissot is a member of the Swatch Group, the world’s largest watch manufacturer and distributor, and also serves as the World Motorcycle Championship MotoGP ?, Superbike, FIBA, Australian Football League AFL, RBS Six Nations Rugby Championship As well as official designated timings for the World Cycling, Fencing and Hockey Championships.